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The University’s statement from 26 April acknowledges “the hurt experienced by many people because of the decision to exclude same-sex spouses”.
Cancelling support for the exclusionary and homophobic spouses programme would not only recognise that hurt, but actively mitigate it.
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Sharing positive stories gives us hope and allows us to imagine happy endings for ourselves and for our loved ones. Because to imagine a better life is an important step towards creating a better life.
Tuesday 22 June 2020 Canterbury Informal Network lunches for 2019/20: Monthly lunches will take place every first Thursday of the month in the Gulbenkian, from 12noon-2pm.
People can bring their own lunches or get food from the Gulbenkian, or just join in for a cuppa. These lunches are meant as informal social get-togethers.
Network members are deeply disappointed and hurt by the University’s decision to host the Lambeth Bishop’s Conference 2020 despite the Church’s decision to exclude same-sex spouses (see statement from 25 April 2019).
The University should have cancelled hosting the Conference, because specifically excluding same-sex spouses is homophobic from the side of the church, and hosting the event on University premises facilitates this act of institutional homophobia.