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  • ...bow map]]The following '''List of Consortium Members''' is from the [[LGBT Consortium Directory]] (http://www.lgbtconsortium.org.uk/directory). This list was previously at [[Category Talk:Consortium members]].
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  • ...], 12 July 2011</ref> Most but not all of the pages relating to individual members are preserved on the archive. See also: [[List of Consortium members]].
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  • ...ers have played a key role in the emergency of LGBT activism in the UK and members have been involved in establishing other major UK LGBT organisations such a There is also a special membership category for people who are not members of the above groups who support the aims of GLADD, whether they be gay, les
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  • [[Category:Consortium members]]
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  • ...hing League. To join, they needed a name, many names had been suggested by members, but crossing the park on the way to the pub where the Publishing League me ...ican man called [[Michael Michaelian]], because he was American, the other members thought he must know how to play ball, so they asked him to be the official
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  • [[Category:Former Consortium members]]
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  • [[Category:ILGA members]] [[Category:Consortium members]]
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  • ...ocal groups by 1972. At its peak in the middle 1970s it was claiming 5,000 members and some 100 local groups. By the 1990s its membership had diminished. Among CHE's leading members in this period were the writer and broadcaster [[Ray Gosling]], and the aca
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  • The following groups were members at some time between 1997 and 2002:<ref>''[[Out of the Shadows (book)|Out o The following were also members as at April 2013:<ref>http://web.archive.org/web/20130425043118/http://www.
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  • ...humb|The GLAM logo]]'''GLAM (Gay, Lesbian and Mensan)''' is a group for UK members of Mensa, the high-IQ society. ...the group was forced to become independent to safeguard the privacy of its members.
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  • ...s were formed. Within London, the individual groups were numbered, and new members were assigned to them without reference to geographical location. In 1971, ...Lesbian and Gay Society (CALGS). However this name was unpopular with some members, considering that "gay" encompassed both men and women. The group was there
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  • [[Category:Former Consortium members]]
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  • CHE was campaigning for equality but members soon recognised that there was a need for a telephone helpline and social s ...enabled the development of a permanent office in [[Birmingham]] where two members of staff deal with administration, publicity and fundraising.
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  • ...for older gay men and lesbians in [[Croydon]], Surrey, started in 2008 by members of Croydon Area Gay Society ([[CAGS]]) in partnership with Age Concern Croy [[Category:Consortium members]]
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  • ...Voluntary and Community Organisations''', previously known as '''the LGBT Consortium''') is a national organisation focusing on the development and support of L ...ual conference on 26 January 2019 the Consortium changed its name to just "Consortium" and adopted a new logo and strapline, to include the term "[[LGBT+]]":
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  • ...2009 onwards however the police indicated that they no longer wished to be members of Aurora, so the meeting is now always chaired by the Community Representa ...//www.aurora-croydon.org.uk/fifthbirthday.shtml</ref> Later that year some members proposed that Aurora should be closed, on the grounds of insufficient activ
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  • ...ned the Homosexual Law Reform Society in 1957, and was one of the original members of the Gay Liberation Front. He founded the [[Jewish Gay Group]] (an offsho ...ith the LGBT Consortium"</ref> The award was presented to him at an [[LGBT Consortium]] event to launch the [[LGBT London]] web portal and the [[London LGBT Pled
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  • [[Category:Consortium members]]
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  • [[Category:Former Consortium members]]
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  • ...sition on biblical grounds to the town hosting the conference. The founder members of GHG were in the vanguard of protest at this hostility, taking part in a ...n to the public - though the weekend incorporates the GALHA AGM where only members are entitled to vote.
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  • ...e group met monthly in a local pub (originally the [[Bird in Hand]]). Some members used to visit the [[Fountain, Handcross]] before it closed.<ref>http://www. [[Category:Former Consortium members]]
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  • [[Category:Consortium members]]
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