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On Tuesday 4th February the Scottish Parliament will hold its final vote on Scotland's equal marriage bill. The stage 3 debate on the Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Bill will give MSPs a final chance to amend the Bill and then decide whether to pass it into law.
LGBT Consortium mmebers, The Equality Network says...

Imagine a world without the contribution of LGBT musicians. Impossible argues LGBT History Month as the UK prepares to celebrate music during February.

Music exists in nearly all aspects of life and is generally viewed as a unifying force but it can also be controversial and divide opinion. Disco is widely attributed as emerging from the...

One of LGBT Consortiums Members have been telling us how the London Boroughs of Camden and Islington are about to host the world’s largest program for LGBT History Month throughout February 2014. The program is put together by Camden LGBT Forum, an independent registered charity supporting victims of hate crime, with the support of Camden and...

As concern grows that filtering and blocking by internet service providers and mobile companies may be disproportionately targeting minority groups, organisations affected will be meeting with MP’s in parliament today to assess the scale of the problem and look at ways to make companies that...

All of us here at LGBT Consortium would like to wish our Members a Happy New Year.

We are starting 2014 right by hosting our Annual Conference and AGM on the 25th January – details of which can be found here and we can’t wait to get together with our Members and find out...

Don't forget that on Saturday 25th January, Consortium will be holding our Annual Conference and AGM, with the theme of "Sharing Our Best Bits". We know that the LGBT sector doesn't get too many opportunities to share ideas, network and discuss key topics for the sector on a national level so we have dedicated this year's conference to just...

LGBT Consortium are proud to have been invovled with the equal marriage journey from the start when in 2012 we held consultation events across England in partnership with the GEO. So we when Women and Equalities Minister Maria Miller announced on Tuesday that the first same sex weddings in England and Wales will be able to take place from...

LGBT Consortium will be closing its festive doors on Monday 23rd Decemeber and reopening its New Year doors again on 2nd January 2014.

From all the staff and wonderful volunteers here at Consortium we wish you a splendidly festive holiday season!

Today we celebrate International Human Rights Day, the date the UN General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration on Human Rights. LGBT Consortium is proud to be supporting an open letter drawn up by the British Institute of Human Rights, calling upon all politicians to acknowledge the continued relevance of human rights work both here in...

On International Human Rights day we thought it would be appropriate to let you all know about a great project from a third year Graphic Design student, Mandy Baker.

Mandy produced a fabulous 2014 calendar based around raising awareness of LGBT rights around the world. Mandy has been telling us why she decided to create this calendar and...

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