Employment News

OFCOM quits Stonewall Equality Scheme

The BBC News Channel reports that OFCOM, the broadcast and telecommunications regulatory body, is to quit the Stonewall Equalities Scheme, Called Diversity Champions. OFCOM are apparently keen to portray themselves as “neutral” in the continuing debate over transgender and women's issues which has become bitter in recent months.

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TV Industry Still has to go far on Disability

Birmingham's LGBTQIA radio station, Gorgeous FM, reports that disabled people working in the television industry report large barriers to their careers.

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Community Paper Looks for Reporters

There is a activist phrase, “Don't Hate the Media – Become the Media”. For LGBTQIA people this phrase has guided our efforts since the nineteen fifties in building our own voices and our own media institutions. “ShoutOut” is very much a part of this effort as it continues through the years.

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4 Music TV to Celebrate Pride Season

4Music, the youth and pop music culture station attached to Channel Four Network Television, is marking Pride Month.

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Anti-Violence Charity Seeks Engagement Worker

GALOP, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity based in London, are advertising for a new Young People's Engagement Worker.

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05
Oct

The BBC News Channel reports that only thirteen per cent of white working class boys are going to University, a figure which is far lower than for other social, ethnic and class ba

22
Sep

A long standing uncertainty in the application of the 2010 Equalities Act has been sorted out by an Employment Tribunal, which has pleased activists for non-binary identities and other gender fluid

04
Aug

Madonna, who always used to be referred to, tongue in cheek, by the gay paper Boyz as “our glorious leader” has revealed that she has left the increasingly fanatic

16
Jul

There’s some interesting viewing on BBC-4 television this evening catering both for the light of touch and also the more serious viewer.  Kylie Minogue will be per

23
Dec

“Pacific Rim” was the showcase film on cable channel Sky One, the flagship network of the many channelled Sky Media Group on Sunday evening.

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