Frequently asked questions about the cancellation of GLSEN's national conference, Teaching Respect for All, 2001.
A review of past and a preview of future conferences sponsored by LEGAL International, a worldwide federation of gay and lesbian law enforcement groups.
Formal papers, roundtable discussions, performance pieces and other presentations which explore language, linguistics, literature, non-verbal communication, cinema, photography, and visual arts. Background, scheduled events, and previous presentations.
The annual ECR, a GLBT AA Roundup with Al-anon participation, held yearly in Seattle, WA, USA. Information on registration, events, schedules, and lodging.
Annual conference held in March by the University of Saskatchewan. Focuses attention on improving the school environment for gay and lesbian youth, staff, parents and communities. Includes program, contacts and registration information.
Describes the international gathering in San Francisco of disabled queers. Includes information about accessibility, program, housing, marketing, registration, and travel arrangements.
Beyond tolerance: Rethinking queer issues on campuses and communities. Includes prospectus, call for papers, registration details, location, accommodation and dining information, sponsors, and how to volunteer.
Lecturer and author on gay, lesbian and bisexual issues; best known for his "out in the workplace" workshop. Lists seminars offered, books, videos, and links to related sites.
Annual conference run by GenderPac in DC, USA. Includes information on workshops, lodging, how to register, and archives of previous conferences.
An international, interdisciplinary conference taking place in London, May 2004. Includes accommodation and travel information.