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Conference: Developing Future LGBT+ Leaders

Monday 26 February 2018, 9.30 am - 5.00 pm Sheffield City Centre Venue Leadership is about developing skills, knowledge and self-awareness; about feeling empowered to take action in one’s own life; and about positively influencing one’s environment.  Building strong...

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Launch of SAYiT’s New Training and Resources Brochure

Training, Education, Outreach and Resources Brochure 2017 - 2018 As Chief Executive Officer, I am excited to be introducing SAYiT’s first ever training, education, outreach and resources brochure. As an established charity SAYiT has been working with young people for...

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More SAYiT Events, Get Involved!

 SAYiT are proud to be announcing more events for people to get involved in: July 6 Free SAYiT Sheffield SRE Forum focusing on Young People and Mental Health. This event is free and is of interest to those working with young people in Sheffield. September 26 'Pleasure...

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SAYiT Events In May Get Involved!

Here at SAYiT we are hosting a number of events in May that we would like you to get involved in!   2 May there is a Free: Sheffield Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) Forum with a focus on transgender young people. This event is aimed at professionals wanting to...

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Sex and Relationships Statutory, March 2017

Justine Greening has announced today that Relationships and Sex Education is to be made statutory so every child has age appropriate education from the age of 4. The exact curriculum hasn't been laid out, but ‘age-appropriate’ lessons will have particular emphasis on...

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Weekend of Celebration for LGBT+ History Month

Sheena Amos Youth Trust (SAYiT) and Friends of Edward Carpenter (FOEC) would like to welcome you to a weekend of events to celebrate Sheffield’s LGBT+ History Month, beginning with a grand opening at the Millennium Gallery at 12.00 noon on Saturday 25 February. This...

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CEO Blog: Gay Liberation

To my shame I have never read any Ali Smith books and, until Desert Island Discs on 8 November, knew little of the Scottish born writer.  Having been enchanted today by her interview with Kirsty Young I certainly intend to look out for some of her books - and if her...

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