LGBTQ History Month

Date: 08/02/2022

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: Brixton Library, SW2 1JQ

Who is it for: Everyone

Our Collective Voice Photovoice exhibition represents the Covid-19 lockdown experiences of Black, Asian and LGBTQI+ communities.

The exhibition is part of the wider research project LamQ+, funded by London Metropolitan University's Transformation Fund, and developed in collaboration with Lambeth Council and an advisory group of local LGBTQI+ organisations.

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‘SOLD’ Performance Event at London Metropolitan University

Date: 08/02/2022

Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location: London Metropolitan University - Holloway Campus

Who is it for: LMU Students, Staff & External Guests

The School of Social Sciences & Professions at London Metropolitan University brings you an engaging theatre performance based on the inspiring true story of Mary Prince.

This free event is offered during the week of 7th February with 2 shows per day and is open to all students and staff within the School. You are strongly encouraged to attend! moree show.

Mental Health and the Workplace

Date: 23/02/2022

Time: 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Location: Online - ZOOM

Who is it for: Social Workers and Managers at all levels

Speaker: Mark Wheeler, Senior Lecturer, University of East London

Work in social service settings is gratifying yet can impact our person in unhealthy ways. Current social climates often exacerbate existing tensions causing emotive professional situations to illicit feelings of isolation, detachment, and/or distrust. This dynamic can manifest not only in the more

London Met Lab Talks: Building Sustainable Communities

Date: 19/01/2022

Time: 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: Online

Who is it for: London Met Students & Staff

Instigated by the London Met Lab: Environment initiative, a series of talks will showcase the University’s environmental research to stimulate knowledge exchange and dialogue with public and practice audiences. This timely and important series will begin during the COP26 climate-change summit and continue its vital role of raising awareness of the environmental agenda into the new year.

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Developing an Understanding of the Complexities of Domestic Abuse

Date: 01/02/2022

Time: 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Location: Online - ZOOM

Who is it for: Social Workers and Managers at all levels

Speaker: Kim Detjen, Independent Social Worker, and Social Work Lead for London Borough of Havering.

The aim of the session will be to explore some of the basic concepts of domestic abuse and gender violence more broadly. We will consider when women are at highest risk, what social workers (and other professionals) can do to support women, and the complex more