We wanted to let you know about the trans project we are running at Galop. This page outlines the thinking behind what we are doing. It’s a summarised version of ‘introducing the new trans project at Galop’ which is available on our website.
Galop and Gendered Intelligence Youth Group have produced an interactive online zine addressing some of the issues around taking action against homophobia.
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’.
Galop’s trans survey for voluntary sector organisations. What are your views about trans inclusivity? What challenges do you face? What help do you need?
“Nothing About Me Without Me” We’re hosting a series of discussions to explore some of the issues around transphobia, the availability (or not) of trans friendly services, and how the world you live in impacts upon your life. We will use what you say to shape how Galop works with all trans people in the […]
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