The LGBTIQA+ Plan for London has been developed through a series of working groups and wider engagement with London-based Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex, Queer and Asexual (LGBTIQA+) organisations between January and May 2021.
The plan echoes the challenges, ideas and visions of 95 organisations across London, who have all been integral to designing and developing the content of this document. In 2020, the Mayor of London published the London Recovery Programme as a long-term plan to address the impact of Covid-19 and reinvigorate among other London’s communities, economies, and environments.
While we acknowledge the limitations to this plan, we also want to emphasise that our aim is to maintain the plan as a living document and roadmap for change within and beyond London’s LGBTIQA+ sector.
The LGBTIQA+ Plan for London aims to:
- Prevent London's LGBTIQA+ communities from being left behind, and;
- Ensure that they will play an instrumental role at all stages of the recovery and renewal of our city.