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LGBT Consortium supports the largest network of LGBT groups, projects and organisations so when you support LGBT Consortium you support the sector and the LGBT communities in it.

Our work can never rely on grant funding alone and believe it or not we have never tried to raise funds from the public before.  This is partly because many...

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Groups that support lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people are having a big impact with a small budget and we want to make sure they get all the support they need.

We are working with the National Council for Voluntary Services to offer free affiliate Memberships to small low income LGBT groups, so far, the free NCVO Membership offer is...

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What a busy and exciting month it has been here at Consortium!

We have just had our annual Board Away Day, we have seen some great funding results for our Members, we are recruiting for a consultant for some research in London (which we hope will be a pilot for other areas) and we met with the Equality Minister.

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LGBT Consortiums Membership creates a UK wide network of LGBT groups, projects and organisations. Every month we will highlight the work of one of our Members from around the UK, this month we are talking to a Member from The Isle of Man. 

In 2012 Isle of Man resident Lee Clarke-Vorster & his partner Nathan Rogers set about trying to...

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People travelled from across the UK and even as far as Mexico for the Schools Out conference which took place at Manchester University on 10 May 2014.

Teh conference allowed cver 100 attendees to discuss the changes that have affected LGBT people in education over the last 40 years, attendees that included gay teachers involved in...

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Every year the 17th May marks this years IDAHOBIT Day to mark the day that the World Health Organisation removed homosexuality from the International Classification of Diseases in 1990.

Hundreds of small events taking place all over the world are set to happen on Saturday to celebrate sexual and gender diversity and to raise awareness of...

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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....

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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...

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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...

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Applications to host the next UK LGBT Health Summit have opened!

The Handover and Legacy group from the 2012 Summit have announced that any LGBT organisation from across the UK that would like to be considered as the Host for the 8th Health Summit have just over two weeks to get their applications in. This is a wonderful opportunity for...

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