Posts in 'Research' Category
Guest post by James Hubbard. Starting a new job is quite stressful, or at least a little daunting. The average person is likely to question how well they might fit into their new company, how well they might perform in the role, how well they might cope with the challenges that a new job often brings. However, [...]
“It’s not true that you are boring! Everybody’s story is interesting. It’s not about having a big story about a big adventure, this is about our lives and experience and what has gone up to this point and made Brighton what it is today. So any ‘conversation’ that talks about your history, your interests and your experiences is what we want to hear”.
Many charities have struggled to keep going with increased competition for grant and statutory funding. It made me think about local LGBTQ groups who are doing amazing activities to help fund and support our charities when as individuals we seem to be choosing non-LGBT charities to support.
TRANS* EQUALITY SCRUTINY Brighton and Hove City Council (BHCC) is carrying out a trans* equality scrutiny. This is where a small group of councillors investigate an issue in detail and make public recommendations for change. Councillors Phelim Mac Cafferty, Denise Cobb and Warren Morgan, along with two independent trans people want to hear from a [...]
With LGBT History Month almost upon us (February) and Zhoosh involved in helping to co-ordinate LGBT History month events taking place in Brighton & Hove, Gary Pargeter from Lunch Positive contacted us about an HIV project they are involved with to record a timeline and a local history of HIV & AIDS . “We started to [...]
LGBT HIP have some exciting news to share regarding developments with the project in 2012. Originally, they were just focused on consulting with LGBT people on health issues. However, Brighton and Hove City Council have become interested in their work and have decided to support the project too – hence the change of name. They’ll still be LGBT HIP [...]
Fundamentally, there’s not enough data on the LGBT community in Brighton & Hove, not when a few individuals or organisations are trying to get change or improvements to current services in the city, but haven’t the stats to prove it necessary. 3 short surveys for you to complete.
When Madonna sang “Time goes by, so slowly” she really wasn’t telling the truth. Time flies by, but within that time there are hundreds of special Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender moments that we have all captured on an electronic device or even on an old Box Brownie (ask you your elders to explain that [...]
Granted LGBT etc. people are, in my experience, not too much interested in history except in the murder of King Edward II, but with BBC DOMESDAY RELOADED now onscreen and interactive…let us listen to the call from the BBC for new information to update Domesday IIs stories, photos and places. Here is, glamorous and golden opportunity to set the record straight (sic)! Prides Past – photos please? Fashion. Socialising. People and places ….let’s have a little bit of visible OurHistory…
I’ve just filled in my Census. Despite having no sexual orientation box to tick, I’m going to stand up for my gender. Census data will be used to make financial decisions that directly affect our community, and we need it – have a look at these shocking statistics.