Welcome to Galop, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity. 

If you’ve experienced hate crime, sexual violence or domestic abuse, we’re here for you. We also support lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people who have had problems with the police or have questions about the criminal justice system.  We are a completely independent community-led group. Anything you tell us is confidential, and you can contact us anonymously if you choose.

Hate Crime

Hate crime can include verbal or written abuse, harassment and assault. We know all homophobia, biphobia and transphobia is wrong and any information you have could help prevent more.  Even if you don’t want to go to the police yourself, we can liaise with them and you can remain anonymous.

LGBTQI Domestic Violence Helpline Worker

JOB POSTCODE: London N7 6PA HOURS: Flexible. Minimum of one 4 hour shift per week, with more shifts available. SALARY: £14.60 per hour (This is equivalent to £26,571 pa) CLOSING DATE: 9am Wednesday 12th April 2017 ABOUT GALOP Galop is the LGBTQI anti-violence charity, providing advice, support and advocacy to LGBTQI people who have experienced hate crime, domestic abuse […]

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Have you experienced anti-LGBTQIA online hate crime?

Take part in our research study & receive a £20 gift voucher. Online hate crime could include inciting hatred or calling for violence, and threats or harassment to a person or group. All interviews will be confidential, and any data used in the published report will be anonymised. The interviews can be via Skype or […]

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We are looking for a Treasurer!

We are currently looking for a treasurer for Galops’ Management Committee. To find out more about this volunteer role, and to apply, please look through the following Deadline for applications: April 21st, 9am Advert for Treasurer 2017 Role Description & Person Specification  Management Committee Application form 

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Stephen Port: Statement on IPCC Investigation

  Galop welcomes the update from the IPCC about the on-going independent investigation into the police response to the deaths of four young men at the hand of Stephen Port. We will continue to be involved in this process and will be considering the IPCC conclusions as they are published.   We also know that […]

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Consent and Chemsex: advice for gay/bi men

Galop, London Friend and Survivors UK have come together following the Stephen Port verdict to issue advice about consent in a chemsex context.  

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Crime, Safety and Hook-Up Apps: advice for gay/bi men

Galop has issued some new advice about using hook-up apps.

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