LGBT+ History Month

We're proud to celebrate LGBT+ History Month and this year's theme: Medicine #UnderThe Scope.

Here you can read about some of the latest news and research work that's taking place across ARU. You can also browse a range of free events taking place this month: all welcome.

Medicine #UnderTheScope

Research at ARU aims to address health inequalities and to improve the wellbeing of individuals and communities. A recent project has focused on teaching sexual orientation and gender identity health concepts to health professionals.

Read more about the project

LGBTQ+ Research Group

At ARU, a network of staff and students is pursuing research with LBGTQ+ communities on issues that matter to them.

Discover the Group's work

Workplaces that work for all

Recent research projects led by ARU academics have focused on improving workplace inclusion and career opportunities for LGBTQ+ people.

Read more about our research

LGBT+ History Month events

This month we're hosting a range of events, which cover topics from leadership to LGBTQ+ histories, and culminate with a Queer Film Night on 29 February. The events are free and everyone's welcome.

Browse events and book your place

News and views

Professor’s teaching experiences inspire film

News: 'Blue Jean' focuses on teaching under Section 28