Galop has a dedicated Trans Advocacy & Community Development Service which can offer confidential advice and support by telephone, email or face-to-face. We can help explore your options, advocate on your behalf, and assist you with tackling discrimination and inequality. We support all people who experience transphobia, regardless of sexual orientation.
***TRAVEL ALERT*** There is track closures on the London Overground this Saturday- Click here to check if your journey is affected. If you are planning on coming along to the walk from the Highbury & Islington or Stratford direction via Gospel Oak Overground station, it is still possible to take dogs on the rail replacement buses. Look…
We’ve produced two new factsheets this month – one on Criminal Records Checks at Work and the other on Trans* Privacy Law.
Galop is delighted to be a partner in the production of Trans Guys Are… The film came out of a project working with trans men around sexual assault.
We’re shocked and upset to hear about a young trans man who now has the label of sex offender because he didn’t disclose his gender history. If you are too, please sign the Scottish Transgender Alliance e-petition
We’ve been considering the recent Julie Burchill article in The Observer with an overwhelming sense of sadness and anger. You can read our official response here.
Make sure your voice is heard: the LGBT Domestic Abuse Forum, in partnership with Gender Matters, Gendered Intelligence, Broken Rainbow and Galop, are holding a conference on improving services for trans* survivors of domestic abuse, and we want your thoughts to inform the debate.
Galop and Gendered Intelligence Youth Group have produced an interactive online zine addressing some of the issues around taking action against homophobia. Published 2012
Galop and Gendered Intelligence Youth Group have produced an interactive online zine addressing some of the issues around taking action against homophobia.
Preventing abuse and women’s silence. Domestic abuse is a problem in the lesbian, bisexual and trans women’s community – it happens just as regularly as in heterosexual relationships. But we aren’t talking about it with each other.
Drawing on research and responses over two years of engagement amongst trans people, this resource is aimed at LGBT and mainstream organisations who want to become truly inclusive for trans people. Published in 2011