Listen to the full podcast interview here… Listen to the snippet here… “Well in terms of the global battle for LGBT+ freedom, the most important thing is that we show solidarity with the activists there, both the LGBT+ activists and their straight allies.” Listen to the snippet here… “I always like to say ‘an activist … Continued
Listen to the full podcast interview here… “The need for trans awareness training in many different areas: You can’t do it with a training unit that just lasts for half an hour. You need to get into the faces of people in a non-confrontational way, just by them being part of life.” Listen to the … Continued
Are you interested in taking part in a Channel 4 documentary about Britain’s sleep problems? Are you over 18-years-old? MultiStory Media are looking for adults with sleep issues to undergo treatment, which could help you get a good night’s sleep. We will be filming over summer this year. Interested? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, … Continued
Christine Burns, MBE, is an activist fighting for transgender rights; she’s been involved in the trans community for several decades. She’s known for her work with Press for Change and has worked as an equalities consultant. She helped put together new employment legislation and the Gender Recognition Act, and wrote the first ever official guidance about trans health for the Department of Health.
Introducing a new learning resource for creating inclusive care home environments for older LGBT+ residents. Friday 17th May 2019 marks IDAHOT Day – International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia. This is a significant day for a number of reasons. For LGBT+ groups and organisations it’s about recognising and speaking out against the violence and … Continued
For our March blog post Hannah Hier, former female Youth Mayor of Bristol, writes about her experiences championing the voices of young people in Bristol. Opportunities to shape diversity, inclusion and equality discourse are often hard to come by for young people, but through political involvement and groups, such as our Alphabets LGBTQ Youth Project, … Continued
More than 2000 young people per year will benefit from youth services in South Gloucestershire, benefiting from support including mental health provision, access to creative activities and targeted support for LGBTQ+ young people. Despite South Gloucestershire being, on the whole, a relatively affluent area, young people still experience deprivation, with 6500 children living in low … Continued