Written by JonathanS on Thursday 20th January 2011, 2:31pm
Osmo, a creative consultancy group is looking for young (16-24yr old) Lesbian, Gay, Bi, and Trans people who live, work or study in Southwark to take part in a 5 minute film celebrating LGBT Heroes.
It'll be screened at the launch of Southwark's LGBT history month on 1st Feb and at other events, through Youtube, and on their website. The 3 hour filming workshop will take place at Camberwell College of Arts, Wilsons Road, Wednesday 26th January, 5pm - 8pm.
Written by JonathanS on Thursday 20th January 2011, 2:14pm
Antidote is launching it's new website today at www.antidote-lgbt.com and want to spread the word to as many LGBT people, health services, charities and appropriate individuals to be aware of it's existence.
Written by Megan Harrison on Tuesday 18th January 2011, 5:45pm
The Consortium of LGBT Voluntary and Community Organisations has produced a LGB&T funder finder, which you can use to search for non-statutory funders which have a history of funding LGB&T services, including nearly 40 who have funded LGB&T projects in London. Visit www.lgbtconsortium.org.uk/funderfinder to use the tool.
Top funding tips from well-funded LGB&T charities:
Written by JonathanS on Tuesday 16th November 2010, 2:49pm
The BBC is running a series of LGB focus group sessions on Tuesday 23rd November to increase understanding of audience expectations and get feedback. Recognising the changes in expectations of the BBC as the different ways in which people consume BBC output, they are looking to reflect these changes in what is delivered for audiences.
Written by Megan Harrison on Tuesday 19th October 2010, 2:57pm
Have your say to help Haringey balance their budget in the face of planned cuts. Tell them which services are important to you, what spending cuts are acceptable and give your ideas for making savings.
Anyone who lives or works in Haringey can respond to this consultation until 3 December by taking the survey here.
Written by Megan Harrison on Tuesday 19th October 2010, 2:19pm
Following consultation with the Voluntary and Community Sector, Tower Hamlets Council and the ChangeUp Consortium have supported the process of setting up and developing a new CVS to serve the needs of all Voluntary, Community and Faith organisations in the borough.