Dr Kathleen Cronie – Research Officer, LGBT Youth Scotland will present the findings from the most recent iteration of LGBT Youth Scotland’s Life in Scotland research, a nationwide survey of LGBTI people between the ages of 13 – 25 which has been run every 5 years since 2007. The 2022 report covers a wide range of topics, including: Community; Education; Health; Gender Identity Clinics; Hate Crime; Media/Representation; and Coming Out. Kathleen will present a broad overview of the findings, followed by a more in-depth overview of the findings relating to LGBTI young peoples’ experiences in education.
- The physical location is the Level 5 seminar room, 62 Hillhead Street, Glasgow.
- The Zoom link is https://uofglasgow.zoom.us/j/87401989804
This event is run by the LGBTQ+ Psychology Network at the University of Glasgow. We meet approximately once per month for events which range from academic talks, to panel discussions, to movie nights. Our events are generally hybrid, although they are usually designed primarily as an in-person event which is another way of saying, we’re going to do our very best, but you shouldn’t expect online participation to be an identical experience to the one in the room.