All new Queer Arts Competition in Belfast! Where are amazing and talented contestants/ performers will battle it out for the crown to see who is “Dead Alternative 2019”! Hosted by the amazing Onya Becks!
Featuring an all-star judging penal!
Plus a mountain of Prizes!
Something amazing by the fab fashion designer Chloe Dougan
Makeup Lesson by Stevie Lennox
Wig and wig restyle by the fab Fierce wigs!
Professional photoshoot provided by the amazing Photographer Glenn Norwood!
To enter send a pm to Onya Becks! Applications close 20th August! Also all applicants please ensure you are free all day on both the 23rd August and the 7th September.
Not to be missed tickets are £4! Plus proceeds go to Cara-Friend to help young members of the LGBT+, and this event is in support of Trans Pride! 🌟🌟🌟❤️❤️❤️ Xxx
An evening of poetry, storytelling and practical reflections on global health with Chris Jenkins, co-founder of Share Uganda and Global Health Researcher at Queen’s University Belfast.
“Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “”Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane.” Globally, we see this inequality in health at it’s most stark. We live in a world in which where you are born impacts massively on how you can expect to live, and what you can expect in terms of your health.
Chris Jenkins is a global health researcher and activist. He currently works at Queen’s University Belfast on breast cancer research in Vietnam, and he was part of a group of young people from Northern Ireland who created a global health non-government organisation in 2008. Share Uganda focuses on empowering Ugandan healthcare workers and community activists to improve health outcomes in Kabira, Uganda.
Using a combination of poetry and storytelling, Chris introduces us to some of the people he has met throughout his ten-year career; people affected by malaria in Uganda, breast cancer in Vietnam, and dementia in the United States. Chris discusses a myriad of interconnected and complex health challenges, putting the human experience at the centre of every story. Chris uses his talk to also discuss some of the practicalities and challenges of working in global health, as well as the points of inspiration, friendship and connection that he has experienced over the past ten years. Chris leaves us with a call for action for how we can all do our bit to remake the world in a fairer and more equal way.
Supported by QUB Public Engagement
Event part of the One World Festival 2019, 16-27 October 2019