LGBT History Month takes place in Scotland every February. It is an opportunity to celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer lives and culture, and to recognise the significant contribution LGBT people have made to our country and the world at large. It is also an opportunity for learning, discussion and debate around the continued fight for LGBT liberation.
Every year, the organisers work in partnership with groups and organisations all over Scotland to programme a range of arts, cultural and educational events. LGBT History Month is for everyone: individuals, community groups, organisations, service providers, LGBT and non-LGBT people alike.
Since 2018 is Scotland’s Year of Young People, they’re putting the focus on youth, young people and celebrating the generations that have come before them with the theme, When We Were Young.
LGBT History Month Scotland is co-ordinated by LGBT Youth Scotland.
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Thursday 01 February - Wednesday 28 February