These are Galop’s main publications and research documents. You can view or download most of them as PDF by clicking the links. We do have some hard copies available on request. Please let us know your requirements and we will do our best to help.
The Hate Crime Report 2016
This edition provides an updated analysis of UK data, and the UK results of a pan-European quantitative and qualitative hate crime study. Published 2016.
The Hate Crime Report 2013
Our first Hate Crime Report, brings the numbers and statistics around London’s anti LGBT hate crime together into one easy-to-understand resource for the first time. Published 2013.
LGBT Intersections: A Charity Perspective
Responding to the safety needs of LGBT Londoners who are older, have mental health issues or are and from diverse cultural or religious backgrounds. Published 2014.
Shining The Light: 10 Keys To Becoming A Trans Positive Organisation
Drawing on the research and responses to the Shine project over the past two years of engagement amongst trans spectrum people, this resource is aimed at LGBT and mainstream organisations who want to make their organisation truly inclusive for trans people. Published in 2011.
Mapping LGBT Westminster
Investigating the needs and experiences of LGBT people in Westminster. Commissioned by Westminster City Council. Published in 2009.
Filling In The Blanks
A landmark report seeking to increase understanding of unreported LGBT hate crime and of services available to victims of these crimes, particularly services relating to reporting. Published in 2009.
Like It Is: 10 Years On
Towards a hate crime service for under 25s. A research report conducted with young people re-visiting issues raised in Galop’s previous youth report Telling It Like It Is. Published in 2008.
Count Me In! (Final Report and Factsheet)
Study based on the experiences of homophobic and transphobic abuse and domestic violence among LGBT people in the London boroughs of Bexley and Greenwich, surveyed in 2004.
The Low Down
Black lesbians, gay men and bisexual people talk about their experiences and needs. A study undertaken across London in 2001.
Telling It Like It Is
Lesbian, gay and bisexual youth speak out on homophobic violence. A study and report covering the London area compiled in 1998.