This engaging online event explored the origin and importance of IDAHOBIT, provided you with insight into the work of the Kaleidoscope Trust, and covered some practical ways you can enhance corporate allyship within your organisation.
What is IDAHOBIT?
- International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia & Transphobia is abbreviated to IDAHOBIT and is recognised globally on 17 May every year
- In coordinating international events, the day hopes to raise awareness of LGBT+ rights and violations around the world
- IDAHOBIT was originally developed in 2004 by Louis-Georges Tin. The day as a concept was first commemorated in 2005 as a movement against homophobia with over 24,000 people taking part
- The concept also includes transphobia, biphobia and inter-sex and is now celebrated in over 130 countries worldwide
|13:00 – 13:15||What is IDAHOBIT and why is it important?|
Matt Cameron and Alex Hoare
|13:15 – 13:50||In Conversation: Lady Phyll Oopoku-Gyimah and Lucy Baldwin|
Lucy Baldwin and Phyll Opoku-Gyimah