Do you think ‘that labels such as ‘LGB and T’ are irrelevant in an increasingly gender fluid world.’? If your answer to that is ‘don’t know’ then you have missed out by not attending iDebate’s debate at City Hall on Wednesday 29th November.
It is 50 years on from the milestone Sexual Offences Act of 1967 which partially decriminalised homosexuality in England and Wales (Scotland was to follow later) and we are asking what progress will the next 50 years bring?
We will be debating the motion This House believes that labels like “LGB and T” will be irrelevant to future generations in our increasingly gender-fluid world.
We started the City and Islington 6th form debate club at the end of September this year. We’ve had seven sessions by now and we have already seen the students come in leaps and bounds, which is always amazing to watch.
Location: London, UKDeadline for applications: 7th October 2016Position type: Part-time staff memberIDEA UK is seeking a Debate Club Coordinator. Reporting to IDEA UK’s Programmes Manager, the Debate Club Coordinator will be responsible for delivering IDEA UK’s debate education programmes particularly the World Debate Club with Further Education Colleges.Areas of responsibility and tasks:
“Art has always been used as a form of expression for people who are oppressed in some way… so artivism is very important for different communities, marginalized communities” - said Jo-Ann Hamilton from Empower Women at UN Womens Global Movement, during the two-day workshop for the Art & Design for Advocacy program, which took place at the CASS School of Art with the London Metropolitan University on March 16th and 17th.
Political cartoons from the British national newspapers The Times and The Guardian will be taking part in the Art and Advocacy event taking place in London on 16th and 17th March.Martin Rowson is a “visual journalist” who will be joining us in Art and Advocacy to discuss how to raise social and political issues through art. Martin's cartoons have become a staple of modern British life and appear frequently in The Guardian and The Daily Mirror. He is also a contributor of cartoons to the Tribune, Index on Censorship and the Morning Star.
IDEA UK is searching for some of the best nine student debaters in London to take part in a debate with a visiting debate team as part of the British Council's Young Arab Voices event to support the growth of skills and advocacy in the Middle East and North Africa region.If you are available to debate on Friday 30th October from 9am to 12pm in Central London then we would love to hear from you.Interested University Debate Societies or individual competitive debaters based in London should email Alex Helling email@example.com including a sho
The International Debate Education Association UK (IDEA UK) carried out an all day Debate in the Neighbourhood (DiN) training in London Earlier this month. Debate in the Neighbourhood in London has in the past been focused on training in schools and youth clubs but in this training those being trained were those who work with young people, not the young people themselves.