Still Here and Still Queer: LGBTQIA+ Staff Network in time of pandemic

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Hallenberg, K., Digby-Bowl, C., Dainton, M. and Sanders, H. 2021. Still Here and Still Queer: LGBTQIA+ Staff Network in time of pandemic.
AuthorsHallenberg, K., Digby-Bowl, C., Dainton, M. and Sanders, H.
TypeConference paper
KeywordsLGBT+, staff networks, higher education
Year2021
ConferenceUCU LGBT+ Research Conference
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