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Labels Have Got To Change: The 50th Anniversary Sexual Offences Act Debate

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This House believes that labels like “LGB and T” will be irrelevant to future generations in our increasingly gender-fluid world.


Join iDebate at London's City Hall for our end of year youth debate!

50 years on from the milestone Sexual Offences Act of 1967 which partially decriminalised homosexuality in the U.K. we ask you to join in us asking what progess will the next 50 years bring?

Listen to the voice of youth from World Debate Clubs who will be arguing for and against the motion at London's City Hall on the evening of the 29th November. To celebrate the 50th year of the Sexual Offences Act this year, iDebate are organising a youth debate where students from London's Further Education Colleges debate whether labelling people as LGBT will be irrelevant 50 years from now.


The 50th Anniversary Sexual Offences Act Debate Programme Agenda


17:00-18:00 Registration & Security Check

18:00-18:15 Opening Remarks

18:15:19:15 Youth Debate: This House believes that labels like “LGB and T” will be irrelevant to future generations in our increasingly gender-fluid world.

19:15-19:30 Awarding of Certificates

19:30-19:45 Closing Remarks



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