campaigner for gay equality, human rights, democracy, and global justice, Green Party candidate and leading member of Outrage! Noted for his courageous stand on sometimes unpopular issues and his attempted citizen's arrest of Robert Mugabe. See our 3rd June Press Release for more information.
A special meeting, with representatives of the main political parties answering questions about their policies in advance of the General Election. Part of our offering for LGBT History Month 20101. See our press release for more details.
consultant in public health medicine and co-chair of the Gay and lesbian Association of Doctors and Dentists (GLADD). Justin told us that we need to engage with the local health bodies to ensure that LGBT issues are not neglected. We’ve been considering how CAGS could get involved with this.
Male gay sex worker, and trade union leader. He has recently contributed to The Guardian in the on-going debate over the new legislation against sex work. There's more about this meeting, with a photo, in our press release.
President of Changing Attitude UK, one of the most effective lobbying groups in the Anglican Communion promoting the full inclusion of gays and lesbians into the life of the Church. He gave us an interesting talk last month on the situation of gay people in the Anglican Church, followed by a very lively discussion.
Described as “the nearest thing the UK has to Armistead Maupin”. He edits the gay and lesbian section of Time Out; novels include Star People (2006), Lovers & Losers (2007) and The Gay Divorcee (2009). He gave us some fascinating insights into the creative writing process and revealed that he'd just agreed a deal on TV rights for The Gay Divorcee. See our Flyer and Press Release.
Black/Jewish lesbian activist, former leader of Lambeth Council and originator of Black History Month UK. This event was part of CAGS’ contribution to Black History Month in Croydon. See our 6th October Press Release for more details.