Bringing people together for better health and wellbeing
2020 marks 10 years since the Equality Act. The Equality Act 2010 protects people from discrimination on the basis of ‘protected characteristics’.
There are nine ‘protected characteristics’ under the Equality Act:
The Stuart Low Trust opposes any form of prejudice, oppression or injustice and recognises the negative lasting impact that it has on mental health and wellbeing. We want to keep equality on the agenda and promote diversity.
This year’s pride month is focusing on Pride in London’s values of Visibility, Unity and Equality - for all communities, and recognising how the Black, Asian and minority ethnic community has been instrumental in championing LGBT+ rights.
At the Stuart Low Trust, we recognise that the Black, Asian and minority ethnic community has made significant contributions to that movement as well as Islington and wider society.
John Berger’s ‘Ways of Seeing’ had a profound effect on how society looks at art. Its challenge is the way that we see art and mirrors the exploration of art and creativity that takes place at the Stuart Low Trust’s Art programmes. We explore some of the big questions relating to the art world.
You may feel alone but you're not. We've put together a list of organisations that support the LGBTQIA individuals. Use it to get the help that you need.
For International Women’s Day 2020, Stuart Low Trust is proud to focus on a great local organisation that supports women in Islington.
LGBT artists continue to feel a sense of isolation. Read how ‘Loudest Whispers’ nurtures LGBT+ artists and enables them to showcase their work, exploring themes such as identity and life-changing experiences.