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.

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Joint briefing: The LGBT+ Community and Domestic Abuse

Domestic Abuse Bill, Third Reading, July 2020. To meet the needs of LGBT+ survivors in the Bill and its associated programme of work the Domestic Abuse Bill must: 1. Recognise that LGBT+ people are equally at risk of experiencing domestic abuse and face distinct barriers to accessing domestic abuse services, including the criminal justice system.…

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A New Survey to Understand the Nature of Abuse Experienced by LGBT+ People in Central Bedfordshire

We have just launched an online survey to understand the extent and nature of abuse from family members or partners experienced by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT+) people in Central Bedfordshire.The survey can be accessed here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GalopCentralBeds We have taken care to approach topics sensitively and include support resources throughout it. The results from…

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PRESS RELEASE: Galop response to Government plans on trans legislation

The Government’s alleged plans outlined in a recent Sunday Times article to abandon planned reform of laws protecting trans people and to actively legislate against trans women are deeply concerning to us. All women deserve safety and dignity, whether they are trans or cisgender and whatever their sexuality. Women-only services are specialist spaces for and…

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Five New Information Sheets for LGBT+ Survivors of Domestic Abuse and The Professionals Supporting Them.

Galop is proud to share five new information sheets for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) survivors of domestic abuse and the professionals supporting them.  These new resources are aimed at recognising LGBT+ survivor’s experiences, they challenge stereotypes, and highlight barriers to accessing services. As well, they support LGBT+ survivors to access help safely and…

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