Monday, November 16, 2009

A Debate on Faith, Homophobia, Transphobia and Human Rights at the House Of Common

Cutting Edge Consortium marks its launch by inviting you to continue the debates of the Faith, Homophobia, Transphobia & Human Rights Conferences 2007 & 2009
An open meeting to discuss religious exemptions to the legislation on sexuality and gender identity in the Equality Bill

Hosted by Clare Short MP, speakers will include:
Sarah Bourke (Tooks Chambers)
Andrew Copson (British Humanist Association)
Maleiah Malik (Muslim Women’s Network)
Michael Rubenstein (Equal Opportunities Review)

Date/Time: 1900-2100, Tuesday 24th November

Venue: Committee Room 5, House of Commons

Please Note: You do not need any ID to attend this meeting but allow 15 minutes to get through security

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