Savills will be marking 20 years of progress since the repeal of Section 28 in November 2003 by bringing together a multi-generational panel to share their experiences of the impact of Section 28 on both the individual and collective consciousness of people within the LGBTQ+ Community.
Join Lord Michael Cashman and others in this hour-long, live-broadcast panel debate which will bring both personal experience and professional expertise to celebrate this landmark anniversary, whilst also reflecting on the volatility of progress under the stresses of cultural, political and economic forces.
As we look ahead to the next 20 years, what role can the real estate sector play in helping shape public places, and influencing positive change for the LGBTQ+ community? How can we create safe places where individuals can thrive and communities can flourish? And how can we ensure our industry is one which pioneers equality and attracts people to work in the sector?
Chaired by EG Editor Sam McClary
- Lord Michael Cashman CBE
- Sarah Chapman, Savills
- Professor Pippa Catterall, University of Westminster
- Michael Forrester, Lewisham Council
- David Mann MBE, Tuffin Ferraby Taylor LLP
- Dan Dembry-Edwards, PhD Student, University of Westminster