The Equality and Human Rights Commission published their report following their section 20 investigation of the Metropolitan Police Service in September 2016.
UNISON has commissioned NatCen to explore the impact of public spending reductions on LBG&T people. NatCen is inviting people who have used and/or provided LGB&T services to contribute to the research (before 20 September 2016).
The LGBT Consortium published their report, ‘A snapshot of the LGBT sector’, in August 2016. The report is based on a survey to LGBT voluntary and community organisations to give information on how income and funding has changed over the past year among these organisations.
Nathan Hudson-Sharp and Hilary Metcalf of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) published a report, ‘Inequality among lesbian, gay bisexual and transgender groups in the UK: a review of evidence’, in July 2016.
A report into LGBT Londoners’ unmet needs, Still Out There, was published in July 2016. The research was carried out by Anglia Ruskin University and the report was produced by a partnership of LGBT organisations with funding from Trust for London.
‘Gender and Sexuality in Male-Dominated Occupations. Women Working in Construction and Transport’ by Tessa Wright was published by Palgrove in 2016.
In July 2016, the Government Equalities Office published the findings from a mixed method evaluation of a programme to tackle and prevent homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools.
A poll of more than 1,000 LGBT+ people commissioned by Pride in London and published in June 2016 finds that a majority of the LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community feel the need to lie about their gender or sexual identity.
Marie Curie published a report in June 2016 on end of life care for LGBT people. ‘Hiding who I am: Exposing the reality of end of life care for LGBT people’ looks at the barriers that prevent LGBT people from accessing end of life care and highlights their real-life experiences.
There is still a long way to go to ensure equality for transgender people, despite welcome progress, according to a parliamentary report published in January 2016. The Government responded and announced new measures in July 2016.