Archive | 2011
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December Newsletter

Our second newsletter has now been despatched!  Click on this link to read it online.  If you’re not already signed up to get forthcoming editions delivered straight to your inbox, you can fill in the form to the right to keep up to date with us.

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Galop’s Austerity-Busting Quiz!

Dust off the Winter of Discontent and join us for an evening of fun, entertainment and prizes at Galop’s Great Austerity Busting Pub Quiz fundraiser…Who sang the original version of the Depression hit Brother Can you Spare a Dime? In what year did ‘Black Monday’ take place in the 1980’s? Will we ever get out […]

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Event sold out

We’re very sorry but it looks like all the tickets for our event are sold out!  Please contact us at info@galop.org.uk for more information if you would like to be added to a reserve list.

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Thank You

Thanks for buying a place in Ye Greate Galop Treasure Hunte!  We’ll be in touch shortly with further instructions on where to assemble on the day. If you have any queries in the meantime please contact us at info@galop.org.uk and we’ll do our best to help. Many thanks for supporting Galop!

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First Newsletter

Galop’s first newsletter has now been sent out. It’s the first of a regular round-up of recent casework successes as well as information about what Galop has been up to recently. Find out more about the stories in it and how to sign up.

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Galop takes action against transphobic article

Last week the Streatham Guardian published an extremely offensive article about a trans person who was raped. Read Galop’s full response to the newspaper.

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Help Save Lives

Galop’s partner, PACE, is seeking people to be interviewed for a study funded by the Big Lottery. If you are interviewed you could have the chance to win £50.

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Homophobic and Transphobic incidents in London data

This section is for organisations to provide Galop with anonymous data on hate crime.  If you are an individual and you wish to report a hate crime you have experienced, please visit our . Click here to enter data Please note: you will need a password in order to access this form.  If you need […]

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Some Questions About What Consent Means

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Some Questions About Meeting Partners

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Questions About Consent and Relationships

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Laws That Cover Hate Crime

This section explains how the law can protect LGBT people from different forms of abuse. This resource has been compiled with assistance from Pink Law and School of Law, Queen Mary, University of London: Breanne Becker, Frances Ridout, Gabriella Denlew, Julie Pinborough, Karl Laird, Michael Southern-Augustine.

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What is a homophobic, biphobic or transphobic hate crime?

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How do I know if I’ve been a victim of a hate crime?

Sometimes it’s really obvious when someone has been homophobic or transphobic towards you, for example if there’s physical violence. But sometimes it’s less clear. (more…)

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Physical Violence

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Verbal Abuse in Public

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Incitement to Hatred

Incitement to hatred can occur when an individual or group threatens to harass a person or a group of people because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. (more…)

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Abuse or harassment via electronic means

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Harassment

If someone harasses you they can also be charged with harassment. (more…)

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Blackmail

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What if you’ve been refused goods, facilities and services?

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Further Support

If you have been a victim of a biphobic, homophobic or transphobic hate crime and want to get advice or support contact Galop. Advice line and reporting: 020 7704 2040 Online help and reporting: www.galop.org.uk If you need to get further legal advice on any aspect of your case Galop can put you in contact […]

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Paws For Women

Check out the brilliant new animated film which has been produced especially for Paws For Women and help spread the word

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‘Shining The Light’ Resource

The first resource from the Shine @ Galop project is now available. It is called ‘Shining The Light: 10 Keys To Becoming A Trans Positive Organisation’.

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Living London

The Living London Oral History resource website is now live at http://www.livinglondon.org.uk.

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House of Stars and Diva feature

On Saturday 14 May Galop will again be at a Bar Wotever event specially for those aged 13-26 with Performance, DJs and installations. Also check out the great featured interview about the event in Diva magazine.

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Getting Advice and Support

There are a number of options available if you decide to get advice or support. (more…)

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House of Stars

On Saturday 19 February Galop will be at a Bar Wotever event specially for those aged 13-26 with Performance, DJs and installations.

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