About

Liberate is the Channel Islands’ equality and diversity charity. We have branches in Jersey and Guernsey, serving islanders in both Bailiwicks. Guernsey If you want to find out more about what is happening in Guernsey, please follow this link. Jersey…

DIFERA

DIFERA is Liberate’s employer accreditation scheme. This is the first scheme in the Channel Islands to award organisations with a quality mark that demonstrates to employees (past, present and future), to clients and suppliers that your organisation places Diversity, Inclusion,…

Education

Liberate delivers a free one-hour training session entitled “Gender and Sexuality in the Workplace” to any organisation that would like to understand more about this specialist area. The course also serves to protect an organisation and its people from becoming…

News

Why reform of the gender recognition process is needed

The UK government announced that they are looking at ways to reform the way that the gender recognition process happens in the UK including self-declaration by a trans person of their gender. This is hugely important to the trans community.

How do you want to bow out?

Maybe you want everyone in black weeping tastefully beside the grave as your shiny casket is lowered to its final resting place? Maybe you want a massive party for your loved ones, where the food and drink flow? Maybe you…

Liberate has its first patron

We are delighted to announce that Rebecca Root, the star of the BBC2 sitcom “Boy Meets Girl”, has agreed to become our first patron. As part of Channel Islands Pride week in 2016, Liberate invited Rebecca Root to host the…

CI Equality & Diversity Awards 2016

Liberate hosted the first ever Channel Islands Equality & Diversity Awards on Friday 16 September 2016. The awards dinner was held in Jersey for its first year, however it is the intention that next year will see the awards dinner…

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Pride 2016

Saturday The Channel Islands first ever pan-island Pride started in Guernsey on Saturday 10 September 2016. Despite heavy rain, Guernsey’s population turned out to parade from Candie Gardens through St Peter Port to Market Square for an evening of entertainment…

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Pride 2015

Pride 2015 started on Friday 11 September 2015 with a comedy cabaret at The Green Rooster supplied by The Sex Shells. Jersey boy Adam Perchard and London lovelies, Callum Mac and James Egan, with stand-up comedian Thanyia Moore presented The…

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