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How you can make LGBT-inclusive health and social care a reality

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Josh Bradlow

Our health is one of the most valuable things we have. Knowing that we have somewhere to turn when our health is in crisis is crucial. But for many LGBT people, this still isn’t the case. This...

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What to look out for in party election manifestos

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Stonewall staff

We’re now just over a week away until polling day arrives for this general election. Each of the major political parties have now published their manifestos. These tell us what these parties want to...

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Stonewall staff share their Pride #LGBTmoment

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Stonewall staff

In 2019, Stonewall celebrated our 30th birthday by going to over 30 Prides! We spoke to families, party-goers, LGBT people and allies in small towns and big cities up and down the country. We asked...

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Five questions to ask general election candidates about LGBT equality

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Stonewall staff

On the doorstep, in an email, in the street or at a public meeting, please ask your parliamentary candidates about their support for LGBT equality. Not only can these questions help you make up your...

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Why you should care about the UN Forum on Business and Human Rights

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Charlotte Lush

Stonewall will be attending the UN Forum on Business and Human Rights at the end of November, where our new guide on LGBT advocacy for businesses will be launched. Find out why this forum is an...

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From horse racing to hoops – new sports lace up for LGBT equality

Football, golf, gymnastics, rugby, tennis and more join Stonewall’s campaign Charity appoints 11 new Sports Champions to promote LGBT people in sport...

Trans Day of Remembrance: what is it and why is it needed?

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Trans Engagement Officer, Stonewall Cymru

Today, 20 November, is Trans Day of Remembrance, which was founded by Gwendolyn Ann Smith in 1999 to commemorate the life and death of Rita Hester, a black trans woman murdered in Boston,...

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LGBT-inclusive curriculum guide launched for UK primary schools

Leading LGBT charity Stonewall publishes new guide to support teachers deliver LGBT-inclusive education Nearly half of LGBT young people (45 per cent...

Why the next UK government must protect and progress LGBT rights

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Josh Bradlow

There’s a common perception that when it comes to legal equality for LGBT people in the UK, the job is done. It’s true that we’ve come a long way in recent decades. From equal marriage to the right...

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What you can do to support LGBT young people this Anti-Bullying Week

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Sarah Hagger-Holt

This week, 11-15 November, is Anti-Bullying Week. It’s an important reminder of the impact that bullying has on so many young people, and an opportunity for all of us to do what we can to tackle it...

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