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Join us for a day of meeting fellow conservatives, parliamentarians, and high profile speakers.
Taking place at a central London venue (that will be sent to ticket holders), our inaugural conference will focus on issues such as how public services like schools and the NHS consider LGBT+ people, ending discrimination, improving gender recognition, and advancing international LGBT+ rights.
Following the biggest ever survey of LGBT+ people, the Government recently announced its intentions to publish an LGBT+ Action Plan this summer as well as a consultation on the Gender Recognition Act. This conference will be your chance to have your say and put your questions and ideas to parliamentarians and LGBT+ activists.
Tickets are £15 for existing members, or £35 for non-members which includes an LGBT+ Conservatives membership until December 2018.
Penny Mordaunt MP, Minister for Women & Equalities
As Minister for Women and Equalities, Penny is responsible for policy on women, sexual orientation and transgender equality as well as cross-government equality strategy and legislation. Read more here.
Susan Williams, the Equalities Minister
As Minister for Equalities, Susan is responsible for government policy on sexual orientation and transgender equality, as well as cross-government equality strategy and legislation. Read more here.
George Freeman MP
Nimco Ali, Co-founder of Daughters of Eve
Winner of Red Magazine’s Woman of the Year, named by Debretts as one of the 500 most influential people, Nimco is an inspirational speaker and co-founder of Daughters of Eve which aims to end female genital mutilation. Nimco is also trustee for Women for Refugee Women and on the Bright Blue Advisory Council. Read more here.
Helen Grant MP, Party Vice-Chair for Communities
Helen is a former Equalities Minister and now Vice Chair of the Conservative Party for Communities, a role that champions diversity in the party, including LGBT+. Read more here.
Sue Pascoe, LGBT+ Conservatives Council Member
Sue wrote passionately for International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia on the issue of transgender rights, ending "I am Sue now, as I was always meant to be. My gender identity and my body now fully match. I’m at peace with myself" Read more here.
Chloë Davies, Deputy Community Engagement Director at Pride In London
Chloe has been volunteering with Pride In London since January 2017 and has been in her current role since November 2017, engaging with the LGBT+ Community for an Inclusive, Diverse and Accessible Pride.