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London: Black Pride festival 2017

29 June 2017: Past, Present, Future … Love Happens Here.

London: Pride festival 2017

29 June 2017: This year London hosts its largest and most vibrant festival. Marking 50 years since Parliament first voted to legalise homosexuality in the UK, Pride in London will be marching with a message of hope, acceptance, activism and love.

Manchester: Pride festival 2017

29 June 2017: The Big Weekend is part of the Manchester Pride Festival and takes place in the Gay Village over the August bank holiday weekend.

TUC backs motion on LGBT third party complaints

26 June 2015: Unanimous support for NUJ attempts to challenge homophobic reporting.

New NUJ guidelines for reporting on LGBT

2 September 2014: NUJ launches new guidelines for reporting on LGBT for all media workers creating and handling editorial material.

Media plurality must be an issue on Labour manifesto

26 June 2014: Mike Smith, NUJ delegate to the TUC's LGBT conference tells shadow minister for women and equalities Gloria de Piero.

Early Irish referendum commission would inform public debate on same sex marriage

26 February 2014: The NUJ Irish secretary has suggested that the Irish government should establish a referendum commission coinciding with publication of the proposed legislation on same sex marriage rather than waiting until the date has been set for the referendum.

Minister backs NUJ on row over anti-gay speech by Nigerian governor

30 January 2014: Joe Costello, minister of state for trade and development, has backed the union's stand against remarks made by Dr Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan, the governor of Delta State.

Letter to Nigerian ambassador condemns anti-gay speech

27 January 2014: The National Union of Journalists has written to the Nigerian ambassador to Ireland after the Delta State governor compared homosexuality to paedophilia.

Homophobia and the media: NUJ meeting

5 March 2013: Homophobia and the media: from Bermondsey to Moir & Burchill. Has anything changed?

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