Stonewall Cymru to train local campaigners to champion gay rights in Wales


Media training and lobbying skills are just some of the exciting workshops on offer at Stonewall Cymru's Annual Conference in April.

The Conference, called 'Get Engaged! Influencing Decision Makers and Campaigning for Change', will empower lesbian, gay and bisexual people to take a stand in their local community and champion gay rights.

Liz Morgan, Director of Stonewall Cymru, says "We're taking a fresh approach to our Conference this year. We're offering exciting yet practical skills that can be used to make in difference in the communities that we live. Whether it's highlighting gay issues in the local media or lobbying your local Councillor or Assembly Member our Conference will enable lesbian, gay and bisexual people to influence decisions and ensure our communities are inclusive to all."

Policy and Equality officers and organisations who are seeking to make the services they offer inclusive to everyone are also welcome to attend.

Liz Morgan added "The Conference will provide organisations with an understanding of the best way to engage with the LGB community and explore how to use these experiences to improve the services they offer."

Stonewall Cymru's Annual Conference takes place Saturday 19 April, at Gregynog, Powys, between 12Noon and 530pm.


To register your interest email cymru@stonewallcymru.org.uk

Visit www.stonewallcymru.org.uk/events for regular updates.


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