#Queer: Being LGBT in 2017

An opportunity to play with what it means to be LGBT in the post #marref era, this event was an evening of cabaret and performance hosted by seminal queer performers Stefan Fae and Lady K. Generously supported by the Trinity Equality Fund.



Dublin Pride 2017

The LGBT Staff Network had its largest delegation to date at the 2017 Pride march, kindly supported by the office of Diversity & Inclusion, and alongside Q Soc, the student LGBT Society. The campus also saw host to a 300 strong breakfast event from BeLonGTo, the LGBT Youth organisation



Road to Equality Exhibition

This Road to Equality Exhibition showcases portraits and stories from LGBT history and pays tribute to the many people who helped bring about change on the road to equality. This exhibition is organised by The National LGBT Federation and Dialogue & Diversity. Trinity College and the LGBT Staff Network hosted this exhibition in the Hamilton concourse.



Dublin Pride 2016

For the first time, Dublin Pride included representation from the Trinity LGBT Staff Network. The Pride march is the largest LGBT event in Ireland's calendar and an essential day for protest, remembrance and celebration.