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Making us Sick: Health Cuts and the LGBT Community

In Uncategorized on 11/05/2013 at 4:15 pm

greek-healthycare7.30pm

Friday 17 May

Clapham Library

91 Clapham High St, SW4 7DB

International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) is marked every year around the world since 2005 and calls for respect for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGB&T) people worldwide. It marks the date that homosexuality was removed from the International Classification of Diseases of the World Health Organisation on May 17th 1992.

This year’s celebration is over shadowed by the suicidal economic austerity program being dogmatic purposed in the UK and Europe that is among other things undermining the health services across Europe.

Come hear what is happening, how it affects LGB&T people and how we can work to resist the cuts.

Speakers include:

Zoe Mavroudi  – Film Maker

Jordan Rivera – Keep Our NHS Public

Joseph Healy  – Queers Against the Cuts, Greek Solidarity Campaign – recently returned from a solidarity visit to Greece

Nacho Diaz – Four in Ten (LGBT mental health service users’ group)

Getting to the Clapham Library

The new Clapham Library occupies the lower floors of a curvy 12 story block of flats.  It is almost opposite the Two Brewers and over looks the Paris Gym . The full address for  Clapham Library is  situated at the Mary Seacole Centre, 91 Clapham High Street, SW4 7DB.

  • Rail: The nearest Overground station is Clapham High St and is situated between Clapham Common or Clapham North tube stations (Northern Line).
  • Buses: 35, 37, 50, 88, 137, 155, 322, 345, 417
  • Parking is very difficuit in the Clapham area.

Access for people with disabilities

  •  Wheelchair access: ramp leading up to the front entrance.
  • Registered assistance dogs welcome.
  • There is a disabled toilet
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