We are pleased to be partnering with Together Films as an official screening partner of AHEAD OF THE CURVE. AHEAD OF THE CURVE is a documentary film telling the story of Franco Stevens and Curve Magazine, and the impact Franco’s work and the magazine continues to have today. The magazine helped build a foundation for many […]Read More
SAYiT young people launch Aviva Campaign for ‘SAYeaT’ a pop-up café providing a safe and inclusive space to all members of the LGBT+ community.
SAYiT supports and empowers young LGBT+ people in Sheffield through group work, one-to-one support and outreach. We are proud to be youth-centered and are supporting young people to raise donations for the SAYeaT café. Young people often tell us that SAYiT is the only place they feel they can be their authentic selves in a […]Read More
the lgbtq+ youth homelessness report (2021) is a piece of research that centres the voices and experiences of lgbtq+ young people who have faced any form of homelessness in the last five years. akt spoke to young people about familial abuse and rejection, discrimination in services, the impact of homelessness and their recommendations for […]Read More
The Romani Cultural & Arts Company (RCAC) is proud to present this text adaptation of the online Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) LGBTQ+ Spoken History Archive. This publication follows the launch of the audio archive which was compiled through research carried out by the RCAC with the support of the European Roma Institute for Arts […]Read More
London LGBTIQA+ Community Housing Coalition launch Manifesto asking prospective next Mayor of London to commit to bettering lives of disadvantaged LGBTIQA+ people in the capital.
The manifesto contains recommended actions for the next Mayor of London to commit to that will make a significant difference to the lives of the most disadvantaged LGBTIQA+ people in the Capital. One quarter of young people facing or experiencing homelessness identify as LGBTQ+, while a quarter (25%) of older LGBT+ Londoners have a disability […]Read More
Consortium is delighted to announce that following a recent recruitment process 2 new Trustees have been appointed, bringing the Trustee Board to a team of 9. In our drive for a more Trans+ inclusive Trustee Board, Hannah and Louie bring with them a wealth of experience, expertise and knowledge in their own particular areas. This […]Read More
Thirteen LGBTQ+ organisations are providing more than 40 job placements for young people aged 16 – 25 across the UK. In 2020 the government introduced the new Kickstart Scheme to fund the creation of high-quality jobs for young people at risk of long-term unemployment. The aim is to give young people the chance to build their confidence […]Read More
Consortium is proud to be the umbrella body for an inclusive and diverse LGBT+ sector across the UK. Trans+ organisations are an important and integral part of our voluntary and community sector and have faced untold inequalities across all areas of their work, as highlighted through the collaborative together. campaign late last year. Consortium and […]Read More
“Open Table means everything to me. It has truly saved me.” – Gail, of Warrington’s Open Table community. OPEN TABLE NETWORK (OTN), a growing partnership of church communities hosted by and for LGBT people, has just been awarded charitable status. The first OTN community began 13 years ago because many church congregations do not offer […]Read More
Positively UK – an organisation supporting people living with HIV, has been awarded funding from the LGBT+ Futures: National Emergencies Trust Fund to develop a series of podcast episodes to connect and offer support and information for people living with HIV from the LGBT+ community. Each of the six episodes has been developed from questions arising from […]Read More