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To mark Trans Awareness Week, we speak to two contributors to the Human Dignity Trust's report "Injustice Exposed: The criminalisation of trans people and its impacts".
Nimmisha Aslam continues her conversation with Yetunde Dania and Isaac Eloi.
Chris Seel talks to Julie-Anne Johnston about why Hogan Lovells wanted to be one of the first firms to sign the Women in Law Pledge.
To celebrate Black History Month, Nimmisha Aslam, Yetunde Dania and Isaac Eloi discuss the experiences of black LBGT+/ally members of the legal profession
Our LGBT+ Lawyers Division committee members discuss ongoing issues with LGBT+ equality with James Welch, who acted in the groundbreaking Walker case.
In the build-up to Black History Month, we hear the thoughts of one of the speakers at our inspirational evening on 4 October.
Netanya Clixby and Chris Seel talk about why Bi Visibility Day (23 September) is important and bust some bi-myths.
Jerry Garvey and Siddique Patel discuss the Register Our Marriage campaign, which encourages couples to legally register their faith marriages.
Our Immigration Law Committee talks to Leila Zadeh and Harun Tulunay about asylum for LGBTQI+ people.
Harun Tulunay talks to Chris Seel about experiencing homophobia in Turkey to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
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