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Lancaster University is committed to ensuring fairness and support for staff and students of all sexual orientations, and for those who have undergone, or who are considering undergoing, gender reassignment.
The gender reassignment protected characteristic applies to anyone who is proposing to undergo, is undergoing or has undergone a process (or part of a process) for the purpose of reassigning the person’s sex by changing physiological or other attributes of sex. A transsexual person is a reference to a person who has the protected characteristic of gender reassignment.
The University will continue to:
The sexual orientation protected characteristic applies to anyone’s sexual orientation towards people of the same sex, opposite sex or both. The University will continue to support the right of individuals to choose whether they wish to be open or not about their sexual orientation at work or study.
We are delighted that Lancaster University has become a member of the Stonewall Global Diversity Champions programme for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) Equality. .
An opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV. Learn more about activities arranged on campus.
We raised over £200 in support of UK charities and raising awareness of the World AIDS Day Campaign.
Sir Ian McKellen visited Lancaster University as part of our celebrations for LGBT History Month.
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LGBT History Month