Galop has a dedicated Trans Advocacy & Community Development Service which can offer confidential advice and support by telephone, email or face-to-face.

We work with young people 25 years old or younger who live in London.  If you are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, and identify as LGBT+ this service is designed for you.

Survey on LGBT+ people’s experience of sexual violence

We are undertaking a three-year research project looking at the impact of sexual violence on LGBT+ people across the country and what needs to change to ensure LGBT+ people get the support they want.  Galop is the UK’s LGBT+ anti-violence organisation. We have provided specialist support to LGBT+ survivors of sexual violence for over 15…

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Online hate widespread against LGBT+ people

8 in 10 LGBT+ people have experienced online hate  LGBT+ people face high levels of online abuse according to research by Galop, the ​leading LGBT+ anti-violence charity. The findings of this report, drawn from a survey of 700 LGBT+ people in the UK, show that: 8 in 10 LGBT+ people had experienced online abuse. Among those targeted,…

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Nik Noone announces her departure from Galop

After 6 years at Galop, Nik Noone, CEO, has announced that she will be leaving the organisation at the end of April 2020.  Nik joined Galop during a challenging time for the charity and her tireless dedication and tenacity has transformed the organisation into the dynamic and stable organisation it is today. Nik has grown…

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Press Release: Teenagers found guilty following homophobic attack on bus

Three teenage boys have been found guilty of attacking Melania Geymonat and Chris Hannigan, leaving them covered in blood after refusing to kiss on a bus.

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New Hate Crime Training Course

Does your organisation work with communities that face violence and abuse driven by prejudice, because of who they are?  Do you want to improve your knowledge and skills to recognise and respond to hate crime, and develop a community campaign to tackle hate crime?  Together Against Hate is a training course for organisations working with communities experiencing hate…

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