vendredi 26 juin de 11:30 à 12:30
For this week’s special Pride edition of Conversations Beyond Borders, we’re excited to be joined by writer, campaigner and LinkedIn Changemaker Alexander Leon and journalist and activist with Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants Molly Fleming.
Conversations Beyond Borders is a virtual space for our community to come together, go beyond the headlines and explore ideas worth spreading from our amazing network of speakers.
Since we started these lunchtime sessions at the end of March, we have had over 7000 viewers from 57 different countries.
This week’s conversation will be hosted by Jamie Windust, our guest curator for Pride 2020 and TEDxLondon Director and Curator Maryam Pasha.
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This week's speakers:
Alexander Leon is a writer and campaigner focussed on LGBT+ rights, anti-racism and mental health. His work on issues such as sexual racism, LGBT+ mental health inequality, and global LGBT+ human rights has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, MTV, The Independent, Huffington Post and more. He is currently working with LinkedIn as a LinkedIn Changemaker, pushing organisations to be more LGBT+ inclusive. During the day he works for the leading LGBT+ international human rights charity Kaleidoscope Trust, where he heads up their communications and campaigning work.
Molly Fleming is a journalist and activist. She has written for the Independent, the Times and Dazed & Confused Magazine covering queer issues, migration and pop culture. She is also an activist with queer solidarity group Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants.
Jamie Windust is an award-winning editor, writer, public speaker and model. They channel empathy, authenticity and strength through the work they do as a non-binary person surrounding the trans community. They've written for publications such as The Independent, Cosmopolitan and Metro UK. They have recently finished writing their debut book, out in October, offering a multi-dimensional and nuanced insight into life as a non-binary person in the twenty first century. As a speaker, they've delivered powerful talks for TEDxLondonWomen, Cambridge University and for brands such as Tommy Hilfiger and Ugg.
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