The elections for the National Assembly for Wales in 2016 are a landmark in our journey as a nation and for lesbian, gay, bi and trans people in Wales.
Despite the remarkable progress we’ve made in employment rights, an equal age of consent, legal protection from discrimination, the abolition of Section 28, adoption rights, civil partnerships and same-sex marriage, there is still much to achieve in order that everyone, everywhere is accepted without exception.
Join Stonewall Cymru and friends to hear about the priorities for LGBT people in Wales including:
- A Gender Identity Clinic in Wales and improving trans health and social care.
- Challenging homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools.
- Ending discrimination and poor treatment of LGBT people in health and social care.
- Championing LGBT rights here and abroad.