On IDAHOT day, 17 May, Professor Matt Cook was the speaker at the CAGS meeting in the "Brief Encounter" series.
For the week including IDAHOT there was a display in the entrance to the Volunteer Centre in Centrale promoting the Croydon Hate Crime leaflets. On the first day, people were photographed holding the Stonewall "No Bystanders poster.
For IDAHOT 2016 a special service was held at Croydon Unitarian Church, with singing by Rainbows Across Borders and an address by Ross Burgess of CAGS. After the service, many of the congregation were photographed holding the Stonewall "No Bystanders" poster.
Croydon Radio's online LGBT Lifestyle show hosted by Jules and Ems will include an item on IDAHOT with Catherine Pestano.
Representatives of Croydon's LGBT groups will review IDAHOT events, and plan for the future.
Meeting to discuss plans for IDAHOT 2016 (the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, 17 May). Bring ideas, materials and offers of help.
IDAHOT (previously called IDAHO - the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia) will be marked as usual in Croydon on or around the 17th of May 2016.
Events so far planned include a display in the CVA Volunteer Centre during the week, and a special IDAHOT church service on Sunday 15th May.
See the current list of planned events.
A special service in commemoration of IDAHOT, with contributions by Ross Burgess and Rainbow Singers Across Borders.
Croydon's commemoration event in advance of Tuesday's International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. We've got a display in the volunteer centre (which is to remain there for the week) and members of the LGBT community will be on hand during the day to hand out leaflets and answer questions.
A world-wide day of action against LGBT hate crime.