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Welcome to Galop, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity.

If you’ve experienced hate crime, sexual violence or domestic abuse, we’re here for you. We also support lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people who have had problems with the police or have questions about the criminal justice system.

020 7704 2040

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London LGBT+ Advice Line

0800 999 5428

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National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline

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Galop has a dedicated Trans Advocacy & Community Development Service which can offer confidential advice and support by telephone, email or face-to-face.

We work with young people 25 years old or younger who live in London.  If you are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, and identify as LGBT+ this service is designed for you.

Recruiting: LGBT+ Young People Specialist Advocate

HOURS: 35 hours per week SALARY SCALE: NJC SCP 20-25 (£28,908.86 – £32,398.86 Inc. LW) RESPONSIBLE TO: Head of Sexual Violence Support Service BASED AT:  Galop’s office, Islington, London. Please note: This post includes occasional evening and weekend work, and substantial travel across London. CONTRACT LENGTH:     Post funded until 31st March 2022 OCCUPATIONAL REQUIREMENT: It…

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Recruiting: LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Advocate (Temporary)

Galop is offering the opportunity for a temporary position for an LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Advocate as part of London LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Partnership – a partnership funded by London Councils. The overall aim of the project is to provide an integrated service for LGBT+ victims/survivors of domestic abuse and the advocate will work with colleagues…

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LGBT+ priorities for the Domestic Abuse Bill

We were very pleased to see that the Domestic Abuse Bill recently passed its second reading in the House of Commons. A motion was also passed that guarantees the bill will not fall if it isn’t complete by the time the current Parliamentary session ends, but will continue in the next session. Read our full…

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Press Release: Hate Crime Report 2019

1 in 10 still think LGBT+ people are ‘dangerous’ or can be ‘cured’  One in ten people still think that LGBT people are ‘dangerous’ to other people and could be ‘cured’, according to a new report released today.  The report comes the same day that the Home Office releases figures detailing an alarming increase in anti-LGBT hate.…

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A Workshop for LGBT+ Survivors of Domestic Abuse

Do you want to take part in a supportive workshop for LGBT+ Survivors of Domestic Abuse? Have you ever wanted to meet other LGBT+ survivors of violence and abuse in a safe environment, and learn about abuse in intimate and family relationships and ways to move away from the impact of abuse?  Our group support…

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