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We are excited to be recruiting for a a new worker who will facilitate and develop the Trans Organisations Network (TON).  

As part of our Membership & Engagement Team you will work closely with LGBT Consortium Members to grow the TON into an effective body of trans led orgasniations as one influential collective voice.  

This is a part time role at 1 day per week. 

This role is home based with occasional travel within the UK. 

Based in:
National
United Kingdom
Apply by:
Friday, April 28. 2017 - 12:00

We have an amazing opportunity to join our international team on six month fixed term contract.

You will lead and develop Stonewall’s international policy work to advance LGBT rights globally, establishing the organisation as a leading expert in the UK and internationally.

Please send completed applications and any questions to: recruitment@stonewall.org.uk

Based in:
London • EC1V 4JY
United Kingdom
Apply by:
Tuesday, May 02. 2017 - 09:00

Great news! Intercom is recruiting for a new part-time Helpline Worker, based within our Exeter office. 

If you, or someone you know, is interested in this exciting opportunity and would like more information – please download the full job description / person specification and application form, which can be found at the bottom of this page. 

Based in:
Exeter
United Kingdom
Apply by:
Tuesday, May 02. 2017 - 12:00

Are you a lawyer who is passionate about advancing the human rights of LGBTI asylum seekers and refugees? UKLGIG is a unique human rights charity dedicated to supporting, and advocating for the rights of, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) asylum seekers and refugees. We have a new and exciting opportunity for a Legal Officer (qualified solicitor or barrister and/or OISC accredited caseworker) to join our small team.

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Based in:
London (with regular travel)
United Kingdom
Apply by:
Friday, May 05. 2017 - 17:00

The Domestic Abuse Caseworker will work across a number of domestic abuse projects to provide advocacy services to adult LGBT people affected by domestic abuse, or at risk of repeated domestic abuse.

The key projects are:

Based in:
Greater London • N7 6PA
United Kingdom
Apply by:
Monday, May 15. 2017 - 17:00

The LGBT Domestic Abuse Researcher will support the delivery of a two-year project delivering a coordinated national approach to understand, raise awareness and address the inequality in access to service provision for LGBT survivors of domestic abuse.

The researcher will lead on building evidence to provide key insights into the level of need and establish what Galop can learn from good practice in Women’s Domestic Violence (VAWG) sector. The post will:

Based in:
Greater London • N7 6PA
United Kingdom
Apply by:
Monday, May 15. 2017 - 17:00

The Policy and Engagement Officer will gather research and develop an evidence base of the needs of LGBT domestic abuse victims / survivors. In conjunction with the Researcher and Service Manager, the post will develop and deliver a promotion and dissemination strategy that informs and influences policies and practices of government, criminal justice agencies and NGOs.

The post will establish second tier support for LGBT DV partnerships across England and Wales by:

Based in:
Greater London • N7 6PA
United Kingdom
Apply by:
Monday, May 15. 2017 - 17:00

The Women’s Programme Inclusion Officer will lead on a new work stream: targeted work with lesbian and bisexual women across Greater Manchester who have multiple minority or intersectional identities, focussing initially on those who identify as older (50+), trans* or being from a BAME (black, Asian, minority ethnic) background.

Based in:
Manchester • M1 3HF
United Kingdom
Apply by:
Thursday, May 18. 2017 - 12:00

The overall aim of the Boys and Young Men Project is to work closely with boys and young men aged 11 to 19 years old in order to facilitate positive changes in behaviour and attitudes about relationships and sex. The project addresses issues including sexual health, healthy relationships, contraception, attitudes to gender and sexuality, consent, communication, domestic violence and fatherhood.

Based in:
London Boroughs of Merton and Wandsworth
United Kingdom

METRO has been jointly commissioned with Malling Health to deliver the Kent Condom Distribution Scheme on behalf of Kent County Council. The Condom Distribution Scheme gives free condoms, information and support to young people age 13-19 via distribution sites, online ordering and outreach to communities.

Based in:
METRO Offices, Sites across Kent
United Kingdom

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