The 2017 programme is below.
Supporters for 2017
The 2016 programme is below.
Supporters for 2016
Below is the programme from the 2015 campaign. A further five events were added after this was published. For a comprehensive record, plus other archival material (on the launch night and the overall campaign), see the article For the archives: York LGBT History Month 2015.
Below is the programme from the 2014 campaign (click/tap to view), and to the right are a few quotes from representatives of some of the organisations involved.
(Former) LGBTQ Officer
University of York Students’ Union
“LGBT History Month’s success is a testament to the dedication of all the LGBT groups across York. It was a real delight to see so many people wanting to engage in contemporary LGBT issues, as well as honour our history.”
Equality and Diversity Adviser
York St John University
“LGBT History Month gives LGBT people a voice and visibility in our history. It was fantastic to have employers, universities, organisations and LGBT groups from across the city put up a great programme of events.”
(Former) Diversity Campaigns Officer
Joseph Rowntree Foundation
“LGBT History Month 2014 demonstrated the resounding commitment that organisations, groups and individuals have to the inclusion and equality of the LGBT community.”
Communications and Community Director
York City Football Club
“We received a great response both locally and nationally to the Club’s support for York Pride and the Football v Homophobia campaign as part of LGBT History Month in 2014.”
Real People Theatre
“At last we have set the ball rolling in York for a diverse, lively and informative York LGBT History Month. The more we talk about these issues, the better.”
Equality and Diversity Facilitator
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
“Working with other employers and organisations enables the sharing of ideas, resources and an increased awareness of LGBT issues. Our understanding is enhanced through collaboration.”
Dr David Sanin
(Former) LGBT Representative
York Graduate Students’ Association
“This year’s LGBT History Month provided an opportunity not only for the city of York to celebrate and commemorate the efforts of the LGBT community to overcome inequality and discrimination, but also it became a platform for closer ties to be forged between the different LGBT groups in the city.”
Chair and Web and Design Officer
“It was great to see York have such a diverse range of events for LGBT History Month in 2014 – even better the collaborative approach.”