Too many LGBT+ people still don’t feel safe and comfortable at work. Unions have an essential role to play in fighting this discrimination. This is according to the 2018 Trade Union Congress (TUC) Pride campaign which calls for all LGBT+ people to join a union.
LGBT young people continue to face significant challenges in Britain’s schools, finds a June 2017 Stonewall report.
The National LGB&T Partnership launched Out Loud: LGBT Voices in Health & Social Care, a narrative of LGBT needs in June 2016.
A website tackling online abuse aimed at women and LGBT people was launched at the end of June 2015.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission is aiming to tackle the significant under-reporting of LGB and T hate crime through raising awareness, offering support and building partnerships.
In June 2015, LGBT Consortium with 30 of its member organisations launched a campaign centred on tackling Hate Crime across England and Wales.
In December 2014, the EHRC announced the launch of a project to tackle significant under-reporting of LGB and T hate crime.
Launched in September 2014, the LGBT Manifesto calls upon all UK political parties to embrace key community messages and sign up to two key community asks.
In June 2014, the Government announced a review of the differences in benefits for survivors in occupational pension schemes and the TUC launched an e-petition calling for a change in the law.
A National Trans Manifesto, which has been produced as a collaborative document between 15 trans organisations across the UK, was launched in April 2014.