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Birmingham LGBT is delighted to announce that the  SHOUT Festival of Queer Arts and Culture is joining  Art Council England’s National Portfolio 2018 to 2022 announced 26th June 2017.

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Becoming a National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) will allow SHOUT...

The London Irish LGBT Network have received a small Emigrant Support Grant to gather stories of our community (and/or its parts). They have been recording interviews with a view to producing a printed (and online) book, a set of audio podcasts online and some video podcasts...

Scottish LGBTI equality charity the Equality Network has welcomed the commitment of all five main party leaders to the LGBTI Equality Election Pledge. The Pledge calls for five actions on issues that are reserved to the UK Parliament, to deliver equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual,...

What is ‘Bezpieczny Rodak’?

Bezpieczny Rodak is an exciting, innovative and groundbreaking new HIV support programme in Polish. This 1-year programme funded by MAC AIDS Fund is for MSM (men who have sex withm men) from the Polish and Polish speaking communities in London.

The programme will give participants the opportunity to...

Since 2014, May 17th has been globally recognised as IDAHOBiT - International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia & Transphobia. 

Annually recognised in 137 countries, IDAHOBiT aims to draw the attention of decision makers, the media, the public, leaders and local authorities to the alarming situation faced by LGBTQ+ people and all those...

Scotland has been overtaken by Malta in the European league table of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) equality laws and policies. Scotland is now in second place, with a score of 82%, with Malta on 88%. Malta has risen to first place after introducing new laws protecting the rights of trans and intersex people.

The table...

#AKTGoesDigital

The Albert Kennedy Trust (AKT), the UK’s LGBT youth homelessness charity, today launched inter-AKT a brand new online support service, which will enable the charity to support young LGBT people experiencing homelessness. It also provides the...

A Joint Letter from 75 LGBT Organisations and Allies, which is collectively endorsed by the Hate Crime Network, calls on Politicians to review Hate Crime Laws

Leading the campaign for reform is LGBT Consortium and LGBT Hate Crime Network Member Galop. Nik Noone, Chief Executive of the LGBT anti-violence charity said: ‘...

The LGBT Consortium today sadly announces the resignation of its Chair of Trustees, Dr Greg Ussher.

Dr Ussher has been Chair of the charity since 2013. Dr Ussher has steered the charity through some choppy waters over recent years, into a current period of stability.

Dr Ussher announced today that he is resigning as Chair with...

Have you experienced anti-LGBTQIA online hate crime?

Take part in Galop's research study & receive a £20 gift voucher.

Online hate crime could include inciting hatred or calling for violence, and threats or harassment to a person or group. All interviews will be confidential, and any data used in the published...

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