Proof of Identity: LGBT+ Intersectionalities
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All those interested in practice development in health, education and social care are welcome at this free learning together event hosted by FREDA: Forum for Race Equality and Diversity Awareness.

This exciting event will bring together a wide-range of people from across the city to discuss LGBT+ intersectionalities and 'proving your identity' through a series of interactive group discussions with input on a range of topics. Topics covered will include trans healthcare experiences, human rights for ageing LGBT+ people, the rights of LGBT+ asylum seekers and the impact of LGBT+ intersectionalities on professional practice. 


09:45-10:00   Registration and refreshments

10:00-10:10   Welcome and Introduction 

10:10-10:35   LGBT Histories in Plymouth (Dr Alan Butler, University of Plymouth History Department)

10:35-11:00   Impact on practice and Intersectionality (Lawrence Badman, Livewell South West)

11:00-11:15   Break

11:15-11:30   How do you prove who you are? (Sharon Soper, FREDA)

11:30-12:00   Proof of Identity: the legal context (Rosie Brennan, Plymouth Law Clinic)

12:00-12:45   Q&A with Sanctuary Seekers

13:00-13:45   Lunch

13:45-14:00   Reflections so far (FREDA Team)

14:00-15:00   Trans issues in healthcare

15:00-15:45   Protecting the Human rights of older LGBT+ people (Tish Elliott, FREDA)

15:45-16:00   Final reflections and collection of CPD certificates

Lunch and CPD certificates will be provided for all delegates; places are extremely limited so book your free place now to avoid disappointment. 

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