Cost and registration:
All presenters and attendees must register to attend and pay where appropriate. There are limited spaces available, the categories of attendance (self-defined and no proof will be needed) and costs are:
- Trans and non-binary people - free, but must register in advance
- Not supported by employers or organisation to attend -£30
- Supported by employer, university or organisation to attend, community/student/postgraduate rate - £60
- Full rate: Supported by employer, university or organisation to attend, full employed rate: £90
- Members of staff from the University of Brighton/University of Sussex/Brighton & Hove City Council/Brighton & Hove Clinical Commissioning Group/Brighton & Hove Division of Sussex Police/Healthwatch Brighton & Hove - free, but must register in advance as numbers will be limited (a non-attendance charge of £50 will be made to anyone who does not attend the day without a reasonable and timely, where possible, justification). You must sign up using your work email.
- There are also a limited number of free places for workers form the community and voluntary sector. Please sign up using your work email. (A non-attendance charge of £50 will be made to anyone who does not attend the day without a reasonable and timely, where possible, justification)
At the conference registration and during the conference, no distinction will be made between categories used to register for the conference.
Workshop: Restoratively Reducing Barriers to Hate Crime : Registration - please use the following link to register https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1XhZM0hzTtwL8DqpoOek8ifBn-T54T4m-VT4-W5Jbgrw/edit
Museum of Transology – 20 July 2017 to summer 2018, Spotlight Gallery
The Museum of Transology is a bold, brave and profound collection of artefacts and photographic portraiture that began with donations from Brighton’s vibrant trans community. It is now the largest collection representing trans people in the UK – if not the world. This highly intimate exhibition challenges the idea that gender is fixed, binary and biologically determined, by exploring how the objects reflect the participants’ self-determined gender journeys.
Collected and curated by E-J Scott, and made possible by those who donated their stories and personal objects, the display will feature photography by Bharat Sikka and Sharon Kilgannon, My Genderation films by Fox Fisher and Lewis Hancox, Sexing the Transman and Mr Angel documentaries by adult film star Buck Angel, and behind the scenes footage from Born Risky by Grayson Perry.
Delegates are invited to attend the private viewing Wednesday evening 19th July that will launch the 2017 Trans Pride Brighton festival. There will also be a curator’s tour of the exhibition after the conclusion of the Annual Trans and Non-Binary Conference, 20th July 2017. Numbers are strictly limited. Please use this link to register
Accommodation at the University of Brighton - Phoenix Halls of Residence can be booked using the following link but places are limited (2 day minimum stay) https://holiday.brighton.ac.uk/
You can also find accommodation via https://www.visitbrighton.com/