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The Unfinished Battle for LGBT Human Rights in the UK

March 3, 2014
by Carla Barrett

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In 1999, Britain had the largest number of anti-gay laws of any country in the world. Indeed, the criminalisation of homosexuality only finally ended in 2003. In just over a decade, we have made huge advances towards LGBT equality.

Peter Tatchell, human rights campaigner and Director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation, will be giving the 4th annual Human Rights Lecture at the University of Southampton on 1st May 2014.

This event is hosted by Humanities, Business & Law and Amnesty International. For more information, including how to register for this event, please click here or contact Tracy Storey at tps@southampton.ac.uk.

Categories: Humanities. Tags: Equality, Human rights, and LGBT.

2 thoughts on “The Unfinished Battle for LGBT Human Rights in the UK

  1. david howland says:

    I would like to attend thanks

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