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State of the City for Manchester's BME LGB Communities

  A full copy of the report can be accessed here The State of the City for Manchester’s Black and Ethnic Minority Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People report was produced

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

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

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Reaction NHS England announcement on extension to its HIV Prevention Programme

Commenting on today’s announcement of NHS England’s decision to extend its existing HIV Prevention Programme with Public Health England and funding for ten new specialised treatments, Rob Cookson, Deputy Chief

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LGBT Foundation reaction to NHS England’s announcement of a major extension to its existing HIV Pr…

Commenting on today’s announcement of NHS England’s decision to extend its existing HIV Prevention Programme with Public Health England and funding for ten new specialised treatments, Rob Cookson, Deputy Chief

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New chair and four new trustees appointed to LGBT Foundation

A new chair and four new trustees have recently been appointed to the board of Manchester’s LGBT Foundation, a leading provider of health and well-being services to the lesbian, gay

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Sexual orientation monitoring in the healthcare system

If you’re not counted, you don’t count! LGBT Foundation is working with NHS England to make sure that healthcare services collect information on patient sexual orientation and use this to

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Meet our Volunteer: Jess Mancuso

Hey everyone :) My name is Jess and I became involved with the LGBT Foundation’s Women’s Programme in 2015. I moved from New York to Manchester to do a MA

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LGBT Foundation responds to the conclusion of the Stephen Port trial

Today Stephen Port, who murdered 4 men by overdosing them with GHB, was sentenced to serve a whole life tariff (meaning he will spend the rest of his life in

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Acohol Awareness Week

  Alcohol Awareness Week This week is Alcohol Awareness Weeks and it is an opportunity to stop and think about the risks of drinking. Lots of people drink in moderate,

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Volunteer Profile: Pauline

This month we would like to share with you the story of Pauline. Pauline is one of our volunteers who regularly attends #TransMCR and uses her experiences to help other

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#TransMCR Open Mic 10th December 2016

For more information about #TransMCR check our website here. #TRANSMCR is a monthly trans community event hosted by LGBT Foundation which is completely free to attend. This month we have

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Commemorative artwork and vigil planned to mark World AIDS Day in Manchester

A workshop to create a commemorative artwork to be displayed at the Manchester’s World Aids Day vigil is just one of the activities being organised by LGBT Foundation to mark

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Manchester’s LGBT Foundation to run daily HIV clinics as part of National HIV Testing Week campaig…

LGBT Foundation is encouraging those most affected by HIV to get tested as part of a national campaign to increase HIV testing. The Greater Manchester campaign, part of National HIV

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PrEP case lawyer explains what it means in terms for the future NHS funding

Last week the court of appeal ruled in favour of the NAT (National AIDS Trust) in a judgment that confirming the earlier high court judgment that NHS England can legally

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LGBT Foundation reaction to the outcome of the NHS appeal on the High Court ruling on PrEP

Commenting on today’s decision, Rob Cookson, Deputy Chief Executive of LGBT Foundation, the largest LGBT support organisation in the UK, said:  “We are delighted at today’s decision to uphold the

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The National LGB&T Partnership

LGBT Foundation is proud to be part of The National LGB&T Partnership. The Partnership was established in early 2010, in order reduce health inequalities and challenge homophobia, biphobia and transphobia

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The Outreach Team

Our Outreach Officers are trained and ready to provide a variety of services at your place of work, college, Pride celebration, conference or general event! We run workshops, training programmes

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Women's Programme Learning Conference, Exhibition and Celebration!

  Women's Programme celebrates 4th anniversay with a series of events this November! Manchester’s LGBT Foundation’s Women’s programme is organising a free programme of events this month to mark its

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LGBT Flu Jab Clinic

LGBT Flu Jab Clinic Thursday 10th November 2016 (10am - 12pm) LGBT Foundation, Number 5 Richmond Street, Manchester, M1 3HF. Worried about the flu? Not been able to visit your

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LGBT Foundation reaction to 'Alan Turing Law' posthumous pardons

 Paul Martin OBE, Chief Executive of LGBT Foundation in Manchester, said: “The Government move to pardon all gay and bisexual men convicted under the previous gross indecency laws, is an

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Volunteer's marvellous act of kindness

For many, giving up your time to volunteer for the LGBT Foundation would be a great thing to do. But Ian Dyer, one of our long-standing helpers, has decided to

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Port Trial highlights the importance of online and chemsex safety

The trial of Stephen Port started this week, and some details of the case may concern members of the LGBT community who use online dating and/or are involved in chemsex.

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Black History Month 2016

  October is Black History Month in the UK, a month to learn about, highlight and celebrate Black history. Black LGBT history, culture and people are often underrepresented within mainstream

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Meet our Volunteer: Jess Gilby

Hi everyone, my name is Jess and I've been volunteering for the Women's Programme for about  6 months.  I came to the LGBT Foundation because I wanted to use my skills

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Bi Visibility Day 2016 - Joy's Story

When did you first realize you might be bisexual? I was in college, about 24 years old and had been dating a man for about 3 years. We were at

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Bi Visibility Day 2016 - Aryn's Story

When did you first realize you might be bisexual? I liked boys from a young age, but had definitely crushed on a lot of girls (including Angelina Jolie) without realizing

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Bi Visibility Day 2016

Friday 23rd September 2016 is Bi Visibility Day, also known as Celebrate Bisexuality Day, and is an opportunity to celebrate and promote the diversity of the bisexual community. Bisexuals are people

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Bi Visibility Day 2016 - Jen's Story

When did you first realise you might be bisexual? My sister came to visit and left a copy of Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit on our kitchen table. I

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