Links

Useful Links

The purpose of this page is to provide some information on where to go for support or information and advice. There are several organisations across the UK, and also websites that provides useful information on social life, health and so on. If you know of an useful website or organisation, please contact us at hello@deaflgbtiqa.org.uk

LGBT Youth Scotland

https://www.lgbtyouth.org.uk

This website is based in Scotland’s for LGBTQ+ Youth, which provides information about volunteering, advice centres and other resources. It also has a live chat feature with group session which give support for LGBTIQA+ youths with their needs. It also has a national program that included education, policy and participation, domestic abuse and LGBT History month.

LGBT Foundation

https://lgbt.foundation/

This organisation is based in Manchester, a national charity that provides advice, support and information to the LGBTIQA+ community. It also has a ‘Latest News’ page where you can keep up-to-date information on events, talks, nightlife and support services.

They also have a team you can get in touch with if you need some support or assistance in The Village (an area in Manchester) every Friday and Saturday night. They also provide LGBT Alcohol Support Group for those who feel more comfortable with other LGBTIQA+ people.

All Sorts Youth project

http://www.allsortsyouth.org.uk/

The project is based in Brighton and Hove; it is a Youth project for LGBTIQA+ people who are under 26 years old. The project is also for those who are unsure of their own sexual orientation and/or gender identity. The website helps you to find out more about how to understand your own identity and they also provide care and support for parents of LGBTIQA+ children. They deliver homophobia, biphobia and transphobia awareness and anti-bullying workshops for children and young people in schools, colleges and youth organisations.

The team provide support to young people through group work and emotional support with knowledgeable, friendly and supportive LGBT youth workers.

Time Out London – LGBT

https://www.timeout.com/london/lgbt

This website is a guide for LGBTIQA+ people who do not know where to go for nightlife, bars, clubs and places that are safe for LGBTIQA+ people, LGBTIQA+ owned, and other places that are suitable for the LGBTIQA+ community.

There are lists of the top 10 gay bars, gay clubs and new faces of London Drags. It is full of useful information to keep up with the LGBT community in London.

Stonewall

https://www.stonewall.org.uk/

Stonewall campaigns for the equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people across the UK and abroad. They work with various organisations, including workplaces, schools, healthcare providers, sports clubs and religious institutions, here and abroad, to ensure they offer inclusive, equal and inspiring environments for lesbian, gay, bi and trans people. They campaign and lobby government to change laws that do not ensure equality for LGBT people, or laws that do not go far enough. They make sure that LGBT role models and allies are visible throughout public life in order to create an environment that enables all lesbian, gay, bi and trans people to participate fully in society. In order to achieve a world where everyone, everywhere, is free to be themselves, they strive to work together, as diverse LGBT communities, and with wider communities, to change and win hearts and minds.