The latest news from Just Lincolnshire.
Thursday 23rd June saw the culmination of an often bitter and divisive referendum campaign which resulted in the United Kingdom voting in favour of leaving the European Union. JUST Lincolnshire recognises that emotions have run high in the aftermath of this result with many people now experiencing a huge amount of uncertainty as to 'what next?' JUST Lincolnshire would seek to remind people that whilst people have voted against a structure, communities work best when they pull together and would encourage all of us to work together for the best for Lincolnshire. The outcome of this referendum should not be seen as a licence to further distrust, intolerance and discrimination against any members of Lincolnshire's communities.Read More
A popular saying goes: “you’re only as good as the company you keep,” and JUST Lincolnshire keeps good company. We work with a number of different groups and organisations – nationally and locally – so we can continue to promote equality, diversity and anti-discrimination. A couple of our partners have a couple of things to say about what they do and why:Read More
JUST Lincolnshire are always looking for new ways to tackle discrimination and spread our message. Following the success of JUST Communities and our other projects, it is important that we capitalise on our previous opportunities and keep up the momentum. It is an exciting time for equality as we roll out new plans throughout the year.Read More
JUST Lincolnshire are passionate about creating a county where everybody is valued and people and their rights are respected. We realise that with rights comes responsibilities, and we take our responsibilities very seriously.Read More
It is an exciting time for JUST Lincolnshire as we continue to build on our successes of the past few years. We are working with numerous groups and in numerous different ways to promote equality, the importance of human rights and tackle discrimination in Lincolnshire.Read More
Join in with us on what will be a great projectRead More
Some informative and timely guidance via the Gender Identity Research and Education CentreRead More