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Simon Ware Feb 21
Great to hear talk of how she has enjoyed working with the whole community and shaking up things at male dominated organisations. And that separate spaces important too.
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Pliny Feb 21
.: When the Gender Recognition Act has been enacted in different countries, it has not lead to apocalyptic effects in these countries. Having allies is critical for our struggle
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Perdi Blinkhorn Feb 21
“I think we have to recognise we all start from different places... your journey may have not been as easy as mine... but as intersectional women, we need to learn how we can support each other” on on how we make progress in a systemically unfair society
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Christine Burns MBE Feb 22
We all offered similar closing advice for young activists last night. Different words, same sentiment. Practice self care. Pace yourself for a marathon, not a sprint. Understand burnout. And make time to enjoy the things you’re fighting for others to enjoy.
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Simon Ware Feb 21
The brilliant emphasises the importance of separate spaces to often marginalised communities. is important and has contributed to challenging racism and other oppressions as well as created a safe space.
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Christine Burns MBE Feb 21
What an amazing session it was tonight at with fellow panelists and plus our excellent chair Thanks to our brilliant audience too.
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Perdi Blinkhorn Feb 21
“Have something other than being everybody’s saviour in your life”
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Amnesty UK LGBTI Feb 21
Our own has been a fantastic chair of the panel tonight. Congratulations to her.
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Pliny Feb 21
There must not be an oppression Olympics, you need to realise that my struggle is also your struggle said of at the amnesty event tonight.
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Amnesty UK LGBTI Feb 21
If you’re working in activism it’s important to have a clear strategy and goal. Then when events occur you can work out how to respond and work with partners.
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Amnesty UK LGBTI Feb 21
It’s important to be yourself and have a space beyond activism as well as a good balance in life to maintain activism.
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Pliny Feb 21
Tonight at the event Pioneering Women in LGBTIQ activism. : the fight for equality need to be on all fronts & issues but each one of us can choose where to focus their effort & energy.
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Amazin LeThi Foundation Feb 21
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Simon Ware Feb 21
. talks of importance of not challenging one oppression at a time but working equally on defeating them all at the same time.
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Callum Jackson Feb 21
Excited to be at the Pioneering event. Wonderful, engaging panel made up of & 🏳️‍🌈
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Amazin LeThi Foundation Feb 21
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Perdi Blinkhorn Feb 21
Some amazing speakers at tonight’s event, including
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Lauren Harrison Feb 21
excited for the panel to start!
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Ruby Bayley-Pratt Feb 21
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Lui Asquith Jan 30
fancy coming along to this? Would be awesome to have you (selfishly I just want to meet you!) & on a serious level, it would be great to have an out, self identifying woman MP present at the discussion
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