Within this section, you will find details on past events which have been held on and off-campus.
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|23 September 2020||Each year Bi Visibility Day raises bi awareness and challenges bisexual & biromantic erasure.
Bi Visibility Day started in 1999 as International Celebrate Bisexuality Day, created by three bi activists from the USA - Wendy Curry of Maine, Michael Page of Florida, and Gigi Raven Wilbur of Texas. It has also been variously known as Bi Pride Day, Bi Day and Celebrate Bisexuality Day. Full details|| Add event|
|19 - 20 August 2020||The first day of the month of Muharram marks the first day of the Islamic Year. In 2020, Islamic New Year falls on Thursday 20th August and begins from sunset on Wednesday 19th August. Full details|| Add event|
|29 - 30 July 2020||Tisha B'Av is an annual fast day in Judaism, on which a number of disasters in Jewish history occurred, primarily the destruction of both Solomon's Temple by the Neo-Babylonian Empire and the Second Temple by the Roman Empire in Jerusalem. To find out more information go to: https://www.myjewishlearning.com/article/tisha-bav-101/. Full details|| Add event|
|14 July 2020||This International Non-Binary Day, which is observed each year on July 14, recognises that this is an important day for visibility and that we have a long way to go to increase awareness and understanding about non-binary people. Full details|| Add event|
|15 - 21 June 2020||Refugee Week is a UK-wide festival founded in 1998 and held every year to coincide with World Refugee Day on the 20th June. It is an umbrella festival, enabling anyone who wishes to get involved to hold or join an event or activity. This year, the theme of the Week is "Imagine" and you can find out more at www.refugeeweek.org.uk. Full details|| Add event|
|1 - 30 June 2020||Gypsy, Roma, Traveller History Month (GRTHM) celebrates the richness that Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities bring to peoples everyday lives here in the UK, and the many and varied contributions they have made to British Society.
GRTHM started in Brent in 2001 and became a national celebration in 2008. The month aims to raise awareness, explore the history, culture and language of communities, help to challenge myths, tackle prejudice and offer balanced debate. Full details|| Add event|
|24 May 2020||May 24 is Pansexual Visibility Day. Much like Bi Visibility Day, when bisexual people remove their invisibility cloaks and instead don their fetching bi vis jackets, Pan Visibility Day is a day to celebrate and recognise those who identify as pansexual. Full details|| Add event|
|17 May 2020||The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia is observed on May 17 and aims to coordinate international events that raise awareness of LGBT rights violations and stimulate interest in LGBT rights work worldwide. Full details|| Add event|
|26 April 2020||Lesbian Day of Visibility is an important opportunity to celebrate the wonderful diversity in our community, as well as a chance to break some of the prevalent stereotypes about what it means to be LGBT. Full details|| Add event|
|31 March 2020||31 March is Trans Day of Visibility, a great opportunity to celebrate trans identities at the University of Exeter. Full details|| Add event|
|29 June 2019||13:00||Soapbox Science showcases the research of women who are making significant contributions to the scientific community. The event follows the format of London Hyde Park’s Speakers’ Corner, transforming Exeter’s Princesshay into an arena for public learning and scientific debate; creating a dynamic and bustling atmosphere and learning environment for all. The event takes place on Saturday 29 June, 1-4pm in Princesshay Square.. Full details|| Add event|
|21 June 2019||9:30||A national awareness day established by the Women’s Engineering Society celebrating 100 years in 2019. INWED19 is aimed at encouraging, supporting and promoting early-career female researchers. Full details|| Add event|
|20 June 2019||10:00||The Human Library is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. It’s a place where real people loan their time to ‘readers’, where difficult questions are expected, appreciated and answered (there are no stupid questions!)
The idea is simple: library guests can choose which volunteer they’d like to “check out” based on titles the human books assign themselves. Past titles have included: “Fat Woman,” and “A Questioning Christian.”, "Finding my birth parents after adoption". Visitors then sit down with their books for half an hour or so to listen to them share their personal stories.
The project is meant to combat prejudice by giving people a chance to connect with someone they may have never had a chance to speak with otherwise.
If have a story to tell, please be a 'book'! If you can commit even 30 minutes between 11am and 3.00pm on the day of the festival to answer questions that people find it difficult. Full details|| Add event|
|2 - 3 April 2019||The World Autism Awareness Day is observed across the world on April 2, 2018 with an aim to encourage the Member States of the United Nations to take measures to raise awareness about autism throughout the world. Full details|| Add event|
|28 March 2019||18:00||Co-hosted by ACS and the #WeAreAllExeter campaign, our panel event will discuss the Windrush generation, the citizenship scandal leaked in 2017 by The Guardian, its repercussions and what this means for attitudes to race, citizenship and immigration in the UK today. We encourage students to actively engage with a topic which is ongoing and will continue to shape the experience of BAME citizens in the UK. https://www.facebook.com/events/590366181480268/. Full details|| Add event|
|24 March 2019||12:00||Hosted by Exeter Asian society. Full details|| Add event|
|21 March 2019||18:15||We are delighted to welcome Zrinka Bralo, CEO of Migrants Organise to speak as part of the Individuality Speaker Series 21 March, 18:15 – 19:30 on 'How organisations can create cultures of respect & openness'. For further information & to sign up click https://bit.ly/2UgYjzb. Full details|| Add event|
|20 March 2019||14:00||Check your Privilege, Use you Power workshop directly takes on themes like Privilege, Race, Intersectionality, Misogyny and Sexual Violence in an honest, open, "positively challenging" and unconventional way, using poetry, storytelling and lived experience to bring issues to life.https://www.facebook.com/events/340521446597688/. Full details|| Add event|
|19 March 2019||18:30||https://www.facebook.com/events/645093655949612/. Full details|| Add event|
|29 November 2018||17:30||https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/individuality-speaker-series-tawara-goode-tickets-51871268360?ref=estw. Full details|| Add event|
|9 March 2016||11:00||Guest talk with honorary graduate Mandy McBain MBE. Full details|| Add event|