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Icebreakers

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When: Every Wednesday, 8pm - 9.30pm Icebreakers is a self-help group which caters for gay and bisexual men who are coming out, coming out of a relationship, feeling isolated or who are new to Manchester.

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Pride in Practice

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Pride in Practice is a quality assurance support service that strengthens and develops your relationship with your lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans patients within your local community. Endorsed by The Royal College of GP’s, Pride in Practice is a support package that enables you to effectively meet the needs of your lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans patients.  It will also support you in meeting the requirements of your Clinical Commissioning Group, the Care Quality Commission and other bodies that you work with.

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Men's Spaces

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LGBT Foundation run a series of spaces for gay and bisexual men covering many aspects of modern life.

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Meet our Volunteer: Katherine

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Meet Katherine, one of Women's Programme Volunteers. She's going to tell you a bit about why she got involved..

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Village Angels get renewed support from Manchester’s Police and Crime Commissioner

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Manchester’s Village Angels are set to remain a firm feature on Canal Street thanks the continued support of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner. 

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LGBT Foundation gets early Christmas present from Manchester Pride

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LGBT Foundation has had an early Christmas present of £37,500 from Manchester Pride to help fund its safer sex packs. The welcome donation accompanied Manchester Pride’s announcement that it raised £149k for charitable causes this year. 

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#TransMCR Open Mic 10th December 2016

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Pride in Practice - LGBT Healthcare

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It can be all too easy to put off those important health checks, especially when you’re lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or trans. We worry that when we go to the GP, the dentist, the pharmacy, or the optometrist that they will not know how to talk to us about our gender identity or sexual orientation or that we will experience outright discrimination.

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Addressing the needs of BME LGBT people is crucial says new LGBT Foundation report

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The needs and experiences of black minority ethnic (BME) lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people have for too long been overlooked and urgently need to be addressed according to the findings of a recent LGBT Foundation report produced in partnership with Manchester City Council. 

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