Lanyard, multicoloured with 'LGBT+ Ally' text, issued to TfL employees who have done OUTbound's LGBT+ allies training programme, 2018
Rainbow lanyards became popular amongst TfL staff members, who used them to visually represent LGBT+ pride. In 2018 TfL's Staff Network Group ran training for members of staff ran training for non-LGBT+ identifying staff who sought to act as LGBT+ allies. These rainbow lanyards were available for members of staff who had done this training.
Simple name : Lanyard
Date : 2018
Collection : Relics
Object location : Acton Depot
Reference number : 2019/1021
Size : W 15mm
Commissioner : OUTbound : 2018
Inscription : LGBT+ Ally
Material : Polyester
Colour : Red,Orange,Yellow,Green,Blue,Purple
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