The university community is joining this national campaign to promote equality and diversity by raising awareness and visibility of LGBT+ people.
Activities are being delivered with the involvement of staff and students who have a passion for championing the rights of individuals, in partnership with the University's LGBT+ Staff Equality Network Group and LGBT+ Student Society.
Events range from talks to film screenings and social events – the Student Society has listed their events programme on their Facebook page.
Some are open to the public including the Museum of Transology which is designed to raise awareness of the history of trans people. The Museum is presenting a collection of over 250 everyday objects representing 108 trans people's gender journeys from 2000 to today. These Include: fashion, beauty products, artist's installations, personal ephemera, medicines and gender clinic documentation, short films and music.