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Outing Exclusion Conference, Sat 16 February 2013, 10am to 4pm, Civic Offices, Dublin 8

category national | gender and sexuality | event notice author Sunday February 10, 2013 19:05author by Ciaran O hUltachain - National Lesbian & Gay Federation (NLGF)author email nlgfederation at gmail dot com Report this post to the editors

1st national conference to address poverty, economic inequality, social exclusion & multiple disadvantage in the LGBT community

The National Lesbian & Gay Federation (NLGF) - in conjunction with Dublin City Council Social Inclusion Unit and The Community Foundation for Ireland - invite you to attend the first national conference to address poverty and social exclusion in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgendered (LGBT) community. The event will explore how issues relating to poverty, economic inequality and multiple disadvantage impact upon LGBT people. The conference will also act as a platform for LGBT organisations and anti-poverty/community development organisations to discuss solutions to tackle poverty and inequality amongst LGBT people and promote social inclusion.
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Keynote International Guest: Anna Grodzka, MP, Poland, transgender-rights & LGBT campaigner

Conference Audience: Community workers, anti-poverty and social inclusion workers/activists, trans-rights campaigners, disability rights campaigners, homeless campaigners, Traveller rights campaigners, positive ageing campaigners, LGBT migrants, members of the Polish community, students, policy makers, academics and anyone experiencing poverty or who is interested in the issues relating to LGBT people & social exclusion.

Admission: Free

Date: Saturday 16 February 2013, from 10am to 4pm (registration from 9.30am)

Place: The Wood Quay Conference Venue, Dublin City Council Civic Offices, Wood Quay, Dublin 8

With the participation of:

The Irish National Organisation of the Unemployed (INOU)
Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI)
Gay & Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN)
European Anti-Poverty Network Ireland
Age & Opportunity
West Training & Development Ltd.
Dundalk Outcomers
BelonG To

RSVP by Wed 13 February to: nlgfederation@gmail.com

Further information available at:

www.gcn.ie, www.activelink.ie, www.facebook.com/NLGFederation and www.facebook.com/events/470356343024392/

Related Link: http://www.facebook.com/events/470356343024392/

Anna Grodzka MP
Anna Grodzka MP

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author by Ciaran O hUltachain - National Lesbian & Gay Federation (NLGF)publication date Thu Feb 14, 2013 00:44author email nlgfederation at gmail dot comauthor address www.facebook.com/nlgfederationauthor phone Report this post to the editors

Conference Registration Deadline Extended until Friday, 15 February, email nlgfederation@gmail.com

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