‘What’s it got to do with me?’ from Stonewall gives ’10 reasons why you need to keep your local services on their toes’.
”The Bisexuality Report: Bisexual inclusion in LGBT equality and diversity’ was published by the Open University in February 2012.
Stonewall’s survey shows that the needs of gay and bisexual men are often overlooked by health services.
In February 2012, Ofsted published a ‘Good practice resource — A whole-school approach to tackling homophobic bullying and ingrained attitudes: Stoke Newington School and Sixth Form’.
In January 2012, a jury in Derby found three men guilty of stirring up hatred on the grounds of sexual orientation in the first criminal conviction in Britain for this offence.
On 7 December 2011, the Government published its transgender action plan ‘Advancing transgender equality. A plan for action’.
On 8 December 2011, Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke announced that people who murder disabled or transgender people in hate crime attacks will face life sentences with a starting point of 30 years.
On 2 November 2011, the Government published its response to the consultation on ‘Civil Partnerships on religious premises’.
The Human Dignity Trust was established in November 2011 to legally challenge laws which criminalise homosexuality wherever those laws exist in the world.
‘Visible Lives: Identifying the Experiences and Needs of Older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People in Ireland’ was launched by GLEN on 3 November 2011.