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Scottish LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex) equality charity the Equality Network has today welcomed the announcement that the First Minister will make a statement of apology to people convicted in the past under Scotland’s historical discriminatory “homosexual...


How the National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline supports victims of intimate partner violence.


In the last few weeks the national press has reported the death of a lesbian woman as a result...

The University of Huddersfield are very pleased to announce the publication of a new report - Intersex, Variations of Sex Characteristics and DSD: The Need for Change, which they have written in collaboration with Intersex people and others affected by issues concerning variations of sex characteristics.

This report is an important read,...

60% of LGBTI people have experienced hate crime multiple times, and 20% have experienced it more than ten times

Scottish LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex) equality charity the Equality Network has today published the ...

BiTastic! is an annual Scottish event designed by and for bisexual and trans people that will be held in Nairn on 28th October. The event, run this year by LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex) organisations the Equality Network, Scottish Trans Alliance and Stonewall Scotland, provides a unique opportunity for bisexual and trans...

As part of the Youth Voice Journal’s special issues in 2018, the editors of the Youth Voice Journal invite submission of abstracts for this Special Issue to be guest edited by Dr Jason Schaub, University of Birmingham. 

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The Historic Market Town of Totnes in rural Devon, saw its fifth Pride event at the weekend, with an estimated 1500 people coming together to celebrate the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex &/or asexual+ (LGBTQIA+) community.

Organisers of the popular event, Totnes-based social enterprise Proud2Be, laid on a whole host of events...

Earlier this month Pride in London's Independent Community Advisory Board (CAB) released its annual report on the 2017 Pride in London events, which also contains its thoughts on the future of the capital's LGBT+ Pride. 

The CAB's membership is drawn from different strands of London’s LGBT+ communities with the hope of being broadly...

The National Trans Youth Network (NTYN) brings together 37 organisations from across the UK, of which LGBT Consortium is proud to be one, that support trans young people, including those who are gender diverse, non-binary and non-gender.

The Network is proud to announce its Annual Conference in November. 

The Network aims to ...

This year our Annual Conference has a Health Check Theme, which will explore how LGBT Groups can remain healthy and fit for purpose. The theme ties in wiith our year long Health Check campaign which has produced resrouces, guides and templates for Members across each...

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