Queer Question Time 2012

Publish Date: 30/10/2012

What’s next for LGB&T equality? How is the age of austerity affecting our communities? What more can we do to stop HIV in our communities? Is enough being done to combat homophobic, biphobic and transphobic hate crime in our cities and bullying in our schools?  Are health services meeting the needs of lesbian and bisexual women...

These are just some of the questions that need to be addressed by politicians who are working to ensure that the voices of the lesbian,gay,bisexual and trans communities are heard.

If you have a question to ask a representative of the three main political parties then this is your chance to seek the answers you need.

At Queer Question Time there will be representation from LGB&T groups from Labour, Liberal Democrats and Conservative parties together with Paul Martin OBE, Chief Executive of The Lesbian & Gay Foundation and the event will be Chaired by John Ryan.

If you have a question that you wish to ask at the event, please email darren.knight@lgf.org.uk outlining the question that you wish to ask  by 5pm on 14 November 2012.

You can also tweet your questions using the special Twitter hash tag: #LGFQueerQT

Queer Question Time 2012 

Date: Sunday 18th November

Time: 12pm- 2 pm

Free event, refreshments provided.

Venue: The Lesbian & Gay Foundation Community Resource Centre,Number 5 Richmond Street,Manchester,M1 3HF

If you are planning to attend the event, please email darren.knight@lgf.org.uk stating if you have any specific access requirements.

  • Michael

    Dear Darren I would love to attend this even, could you please email me with a confirmation. My question is as follows: Could the panel answer whether any work could also relate to gay/bisexual men or men who have sex with other men recognize that gay and bisexual men that are HIV positive often suffer discrimination, by the LGBT community? Michael A Snaith