We are a national membership organisation focusing on the development and support of LGBT groups, projects and organisations; so they can deliver direct services and campaign for individual rights.

Thursday lunchtime has seen the launch of a National Trans Manifesto, which has been produced as a collaborative document between 15 trans organisations across the UK.

The idea of a trans manifesto was first raised in discussions with Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrat and Green politicians during the summer of 2013, and the idea was...

We recently had a chat with Kevin Curley, former CEO of the National Association of Voluntary and Community Action, who now writes for the Third Sector Magazine.

We spoke about LGBT rights and about how the need for specialist infrastructure is still very much needed in the LGBT...

LGBT Consortium has been asked by Public Health England to undertake a piece of quick research into health and wellbeing interventions taking place across the LGBT third sector in England. We know that a diverse range of health and well being activities are taking place and want to capture as much of this as possible.

We would like to...


The LGBT Federation North East was established in 2005.  We work to unite LGBT individuals, groups, organisations and communities across the...

Rainbow Head is an all inclusive LGBTQ and Mental Health non-funded not for profit organisation offering comprehensive youth services and...

HuGG is a friendly social group for gay and bisexual men, aged 18+, which meets at 8pm, every Tuesday close to Huddersfield town centre in a...

The website aims to be a focal point for news, views, events and places of interest

We are one of many voluntary organisations throughout the UK that provide free and completely confidential information, support and counselling...

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RT @LgbtSutton: @LGBTConsortium So tomorrow is the Educational Seminar from the Forum. At 6pm Sutton Civic Offices will you be there? http:…
April 23, 2014 - 10:13
@_oatc_ @LGBTYNW not at all - in fact i think it shows that we are working and communicating with our Members. Sorry if you don't agree.
April 22, 2014 - 15:34
@_oatc_ well, it was a phone conversation that we just had.
April 22, 2014 - 15:29


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In this case study, LGBT Consortium Members Gender Action UK tell us about their experience of setting up aa a Charitable Incorporated Organisation which is a relatively new structure to the sector. 
This document is a 2-page overview of the Public Sector Equality Duty Review that was published on September 6th 2013.
Setting up a group bank account doesn’t have to be a hassle and will save time in the long run, it will make keeping track of monies going in and out much, much easier.
Chosing the right insurance for your community/voluntary group or charity can be confusing!We have teamed up with Insurance brokers Scrutton Bland to bring our Members the support to get the righ cover at the right price.
More and more organisations are using full cost recovery to manage their costs better, and more funders are accepting that they ought to cover the ‘full costs’ of an activity or project and not just the direct delivery of it.

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