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For 15 years, Over the Rainbow has been a local and national beacon, recognised for its outstanding support, advocacy, and service provision to the LGBT community, and is widely known to be at the very heart of that community.

The Over The Rainbow premises in St Michaels...

STORMONT LAUNCH OF

THE GENDER IDENTITY PANEL

An historic occasion and another first for

Focus: The Identity Trust

Junior Minister Megan Fearon launched The Gender Identity Panel

The first of its kind, a new panel made up of transgender individuals, members of...

LGBT Consortium is gearing up for it's Annual General Meeting which takes place on Wednesday 18th January 2017. 

All Members are welcome to come along and all Full Members are encouraged to vote or send a vote by proxy if they are unable to be there. 

Alongside the AGM, LGBT...

After five years of supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) young people across Warwickshire, local charity Push Projects LGBTQ Youth Support has changed its name to Warwickshire Pride as it expands to work with adults as well as young people. The new name...

NatCen have published a study which offers insight into whether, and in what ways, reductions in public spending have affected services for LGBT people. 

This newly published research is a follow on from...

Our huge congratulations go to one of our Members Mermaids UK, who have been named Community Group of the Year at the PinkNews Awards 2016.

Formed in 1995 as a support group, Mermaids now works to advocates for and support transgender children and their families.

The...

Jay Stewart from Gendered Intelligence has been shortlisted for Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 Award, among five finalists who have a chance of winning the UK-wide £10,000 Award. The award will be decided by public vote.

About Gendered Intelligence:

Gendered Intelligence is a social enterprise which aims to...

Galop are delighted to launch the LGBT Hate Crime Report 2016, which marks the start of Hate Crime Awareness Week.

This edition provides an updated analysis of UK data, and the UK results of  a pan-European quantitative and qualitative hate crime study, published here for the first...

National lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) equality charity the Equality Network has welcomed the launch at the start of Hate Crime Awareness Week of Police Scotland’s network of LGBTI Liaison Officers. Earlier this year the Equality Network delivered a training programme for police at locations around the country. Tim...

Set up in 2009, National Hate Crime Awareness Week takes place between the 2nd and 3rd Saturday in October here in the UK. The week hosts events and projects which aim to raise awareness of hate crime and provide guidance and support to victims on how they can report it.

We will be bringing you news from the Members of the National Hate...

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