The Quest Program for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Gay Men

Friday, July 21, 2017 - 19:00 to Sunday, July 23, 2017 - 17:30

“The Quest ……. which focuses on encouraging feelings of identity authenticity, was successful in reducing feelings of internalised homophobia, which the present project and previous research have both identified as a key factor underpinning decreased wellbeing among BME MSM”

– Black and minority ethnic men who have sex with men, Project evaluation and systematic review (Public Health England, De Montfort University), May 2016

In 2015, The Quest was commissioned by Public Health England (PHE) to deliver its flagship “The Quest Program” to Black, Asian and Minority Ethinic gay, bisexual and men who have sex with men (MSM). The final report from the evaluation can be found here.

Due to the overwhelming requests that have come in over the past year to deliver the program again, and following on from the feedback in the evaluation report, we will be running a subsidized BAME The Quest Program in 2017. This has been made possible by donations from Friends of The Quest initiative, along with our commitment following on from the PHE study.

When: Friday 21 July 2017 (7pm – 10pm), Saturday 22 July 2017 (10am – 6.00pm), Sunday 23 July 2017 (10am – 5.30pm); follow-up integration session Thursday 10 Aug 2017 (7pm – 10pm).

Final date for registrations – Fri 14 July

Click here for more information, dates and registration details

Location: 
The School of Social Enterprenuers (The Old Fire Station)
139 Tooley Street
London • SE1

 

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