LGBTQ rights in asylum seeking: London Met LGBTQIA History Month
- Talks and Debates
Come and join us for this informative talk and Q&A with Sarah Humphreys on the challenges in place for LGBTQ asylum seekers.
Sarah’s background is in social care, where she worked as a Social Worker before becoming a lecturer in social work for the last 15 years. Her passion lies in social justice, equality of opportunity, ensuring that support is available when it is needed and accessible to all. Part of ELOP’s work for the last 8 years has been in supporting LGBT asylum seekers and Sarah has spoken at a variety of panel events on the mental health needs of LGBT asylum seekers. Sarah Humphreys was one of the founding members of ELOP: LGBT Mental Health and Wellbeing, almost 25 years ago, and she has remained a key advocate ever since. Sarah holds the Chair position of ELOP’s management board and supports the strategic direction of the charity.