The University of Sheffield said he was taking a "professionally qualifying degree" with the aim of becoming a social worker and argued what he had said would affect gay people he might work with. He made the comments in an online discussion about Kim Davis, a state official in the US state meeets Kentucky, who refused to issue licences for same sex marriages.
A planning application is expected to be submitted before the end of the year, he added. Dismissing Mr Ngole's claim for judicial review, Judge Collins Rice said: "Social workers have considerable power over the lives of vulnerable service users and trust is a precious professional commodity.
Related Topics. The writer also campaigned on issues including women's suffrage, environmental protection and the formation of trade unions.
Details and plans of the sculpture have not been disclosed. Not only that but he fought for them and campaigned for change. He travelled to India and Sri Lanka in and is credited with introducing Indian sandals to England.
He lived most of his life in Sheffield, setting up the now defunct Commonwealth Cafe on Scotland Street with his partner George Merrill. He argued that throwing him out breached his human rights.
Organisers said artist Maggi Hambling had agreed to create a permanent memorial to recognise "his historical and social importance" and association with the city. Devout Christian Felix Ngole, 39, from Barnsley, was removed from a post-graduate social work course at the University of Sheffield. Edward Carpenter, who died incampaigned on issues of equality and sexual freedom. meetw
Carpenter was born in Brighton in and was well-known for his writings on sexuality. More stories from across South Yorkshire After the hearing Mr Ngole said he intended to appeal against the judge's decision. That makes it extremely important that we honour his influence with a public memorial.
Gay activist Edward Carpenter to be honoured with Sheffield sculpture Published 7 September image copyrightSheffield Archives image captionEdward Carpenter was "a ificant cultural and political activist" who campaigned on a of issues including equality and sexual freedom Plans for a sculpture in Sheffield to honour a socialist poet and gay activist have been announced.