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Free Mentoring and Coaching Programme

Are you leading an LGBT+ organisation? Interested in some mentoring or coaching? Consortium is partnering with a corporate organisation to offer around 20 LGBT+ leaders an opportunity to receive up to six 1 hour mentoring or coaching sessions with a corporate professional starting later this year. The programme will be fairly… Read the original article Author:

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Stand with our Trans Communities

Last weekend, Manchester Pride Festival took place over the bank holiday weekend. Thousands marched in the parade, and the four-day festival concluded with a candlelit vigil to pay tribute and unite against the stigmatisation of HIV/AIDS.  We congratulate our Members Sparkle and Mermaids who were awarded with his year’s Spirit of the… Read the original article Author:

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Free2B Fundraiser

Free2B provides essential 1:1 support for LGBTQ+ young people in SW London. In September, funding for part of this provision ends and whilst we seek an alternative long-term solution, we are raising funds to ensure Free2B can continue to provide this essential support to LGBTQ+ young people. Every penny counts – please give whatever… Read the original article Author:

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Totnes Set to Sparkle for Seventh Pride Event!

The historic market town of Totnes in Devon is set to host the seventh Totnes Pride​ on Saturday 7th September 2019. ​ Social enterprise Proud2Be is laying on a whole host of activities, which will bring the LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and/or… Read the original article Author:

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LGBT+ Outcomes Framework Launched

Consortium has today launched it’s LGBT+ Common Outcomes Framework. Consortium has been working with Traverse and 6 of our Members (MindOut, Yorkshire MESMAC, The Intercom Trust, Stonewall Housing, Tonic Living and the LGBT Foundation) to create a common framework for how we as an LGBT+ sector articulate what it is we want to capture when… Read the original article Author:

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