You are invited to help shape the future direction of Teesside’s leading LGBT service and become the first set of delegates to take part in the LGBT Advance – Training and Consultancy elite training package.

All delegates will receive a ‘Strengthening Strategic Partnerships and LGBT+ Inclusion’ Award presented by Stonewalls North East Programmes Officer, Philippa Scrafton.

There’s no doubt that this event will sell out quickly, do not miss your opportunity to take part and bring home an LGBT Alliance Award for your organisation.
With more awards to be won be sure to look out for future posts detailing other categories.

Award categories

We are now accepting sponsors for each award, if your organisation would like to become a sponsor please get in touch.

‘Continuous commitment to tackling hate crime’

‘Creating LGBT inclusion and accessibility in the workplace’

‘Providing a safer learning environment for LGBT students and staff’

‘Positive impact on LGBT health’

‘Positive impact on underrepresented people within LGBT communities’

‘Local authority commitment to LGBT communities’

Additional awards will be given for special recognition and achievement.


Criteria

  • All nominees should have delivered LGBT+ focused work throughout the Tees Valley, Redcar and Cleveland or, with key partners in this area.
  • All nominees should evidence their work in no more than 2 sides of A4 paper, including quotes from people accessing their service and photos which demonstrate delivery.

‘Continuous commitment to tackling hate crime’

This award is presented to an individual or organisation who has shown a continuous commitment to tackling hate crime through events, training and service delivery.

‘Creating LGBT inclusion and accessibility in the workplace’

This award is presented to an individual or organisation who has, through their personal example, innovation or policy, contributed to greater diversity and equality in sexual orientation and gender identity within their workplace.

‘Providing a safer learning environment for LGBT students and staff’

This award is presented to an individual or organisation within the education sector who has been proactive in creating a safer learning environment for LGBT+ communities. 

‘Positive impact on LGBT health’

This award is presented to an individual or organisation who has worked diligently to promote health and wellbeing within LGBT+ communities, with a focus on mental health, physical health and/or, sexual health.

‘Positive impact on underrepresented people within LGBT communities’

This award is presented to an individual or organisation who has worked tirelessly to ensure marginalised groups of LGBT+ communities are not excluded from society. For example, those underrepresented groups could include; people seeking asylum or people living with a disability.

‘Local authority commitment to LGBT communities’ This award celebrates the best example of a local authority who has shown dedication to LGBT+ communities in their borough through partnership work, LGBT+ inclusion within their workforce and a meticulous commitment to tackling key issues LGBT+ communities’ face.


To make a nomination, please download the form below and return it to info@hartgables.org.uk


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