Birmingham LGBT shortlisted for National Diversity awards
Birmingham LGBT nominated for the Community organisation LGBT at National Diversity Awards.
Birmingham LGBT a local Charity from Birmingham has been nominated for the Community organisation LGBT at The National Diversity Awards.
The ceremony celebrates some of the excellent and inspiring achievements of positive role models and community organisations from across the UK. The awards aim to recognise nominees in their respective fields of diversity including age, disability, gender, race, faith, religion and sexual orientation.
Birmingham LGBT opened its doors to the first LGBT health and wellbeing centre in England and Wales in January 2013. The Birmingham LGBT Centre, for health and wellbeing is set to address the problems of health inequalities that LGBT people face in the city of Birmingham.
The National Diversity Awards, to be held at the Queens Hotel in Leeds on September 20th, will honour the outstanding achievements of grass root communities who have contributed to making a more diverse and inclusive society.
Leeds will play host to the prestigious black-tie event which has been sponsored by a growing list of top employers including Microsoft, Transport for London, Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC), Sky, MI5, The Co-operative Group, The Open University and the Financial Ombudsman Service amongst others.