The Southwark Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) Workers Forum will be marking the 5th International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO) in Southwark by inviting members of the public to join a small informal ceremony taking place outside Tate Modern, then proceeding to scatter flower petals into the River Thames from the Millennium Bridge in an act to remember, mark and reflect on those from the LGBT community who have been affected by homophobia and transphobia and the injustices faced by this community every day worldwide.
This event which will start at 1pm is organised in conjunction with the LGBT liaison officer at Metropolitan Police Southwark and is a working partnership with the Southwark LGBT Workers Forum,
12.30pm Assembly near/ under the Millennium Bridge (south side)
1.30pm Scattering petals from the Millennium Bridge into the Thames.
2pm Handing IDAHO flyers out to the public along the Thames
If you are intending to attend this event please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7525 5659/ 07958 301324.
Related website: www.southwark-lgbt.org/page46.htm