Director of Services & Deputy CEO

Do you want to make life better for LGBT+ victims and survivors of abuse? Galop, the UK’s LGBT+ anti-abuse charity, is seeking someone passionate about improving life for the LGBT+ community in the UK to be our new Director of Services & Deputy CEO. Galop works directly with thousands of LGBT+ people who have experienced…

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Statement on the Loss of Sarah Everard, Nicole Smallman, and Bibaa Henry

We are deeply affected by the death of Sarah Everard and the events at the vigil on Clapham Common over the weekend. LGBT+ people of all genders understand the fear of abuse and violence from strangers in public. As a community, we stand with citizens and campaigners across the UK in demanding safety in public…

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Supporting LGBT+ survivors of domestic abuse during the Covid-19 pandemic

Join us in a conversation reflecting on: How the pandemic impacted LGBT+ survivors of domestic abuse;  Opportunities and challenges to delivering advocacy and support to LGBT+ survivors remotely.  Provisional agenda:  13.00 – 13.10: Welcome and introductions    13.10 – 13.30: Presentation of key findings from a snapshot study on the impact of lockdown on LGBT+ survivors of…

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Galop adopts the Halo Code

The Halo Code Our workplace champions the right of staff to embrace all Afro-hairstyles. We acknowledge that Afro-textured hair is an important part of our Black employees’ racial, ethnic, cultural, and religious identities, and requires specific styling for hair health and maintenance. We celebrate Afro-textured hair worn in all styles including, but not limited to,…

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Galop Hate Crime Law Consultation Submission

Galop are pleased to share our submission to the Law Commission, suggesting how to remedy problems with hate crime laws. LGBT+ people face high levels of violence and abuse driven by hostility. Home Office figures show that anti-LGBT+ hate crime has, for the second year running, risen at twice the rate of other forms of…

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The LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Survivor’s Forum

Galop is proud to launch to the LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Survivor’s Forum as part of its National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline Service. The Forum, which will go live on Thursday, 10th December 2020, is a safe, anonymous, online space for LGBT+ people who have been affected by domestic abuse. The forum will allow users to share their experiences, support one another and receive information and support from the team at…

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A New Social Media Campaign

Recognizing LGBT+ experiences of domestic abuse is the first step to creating change. #LGBTBeyondRecognition To coincide with the 16 Days of Action Against Gender-Based Violence, Galop’s National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Project is launching a national social media campaign. The #LGBTBeyondRecognition campaign will launch on November 23rd, 2020, and run until December 11th, 2020.  The campaign will deliver four key messages to LGBT+…

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Protected: The National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Projects 2020 Social Media Campaign

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Commissioning For Inclusion: Delivering services for LGBT+ survivors of domestic abuse

Galop launches new guide “Commissioning for inclusion: Delivering services for LGBT+ survivors of domestic abuse” to encourage and support commissioners, services, policy-makers, and the government to work in partnership to better meet the needs of LGBT+ survivors of domestic abuse.    During these challenging times, it is vital to break the silence, reach out, and remind LGBT+ survivors…

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Trans people are under such high rates of physical, sexual, and verbal attack that more than half feel less able to leave their home, says new research by LGBT+ anti-violence charity Galop. As one respondent puts it: “The fear is particularly prevalent when public figures – politicians, high profile newspaper columnists etc – demonise trans…

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Our hate crime casework service can give you advice, support and help if you experience homophobia, transphobia or biphobia. Click for more

Domestic abuse is any kind of threatening behaviour, violence, or abuse between people who have been intimate partners or family members. Click for more

Galop provides confidential and independent advice and support for LGBT+ people who have experienced sexual assault, abuse or violence. Click for more