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Hi everyone,

 

The Royal Historical Society is conducting a survey for experiences of LGBT+ people who work in the field of history. They use the data to advocate for a wider acknowledgement of marginalised histories and a better working experience for individuals. The survey takes up to 30mins to complete. It is important that we as museums also submit our responses, as we are responsible to our audiences and communities in reflecting and supporting their lives. You do not need to identify as LGBT+ to take part in the survey, it is open to all people who are an ally to LGBT+ people.

https://blog.royalhistsoc.org/2019/07/01/rhs-lgbt-survey-2019-launch/

 

Feel free to forward this on to anyone you know working in the history/museum sector.


Best wishes,


Philip Newton
Communities Engagement Researcher

Castle Capital Project

York Museums Trust
York Castle Museum
Eye of York
York
YO1 9RY

Telephone: 01904 628632
Web: www.yorkmuseumstrust.org.uk

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