This week, we’ve launched a process to find an organisation to help us develop skills and capacity in the LGBT sector. Our new LGBT Sector and Community Development Scheme will offer up to £600,000 to build capability with LGBT groups …
This week the Government is launching the LGBT Health Grant Fund, which will provide £1 million of funding to tackle the health inequalities LGBT people face.
Since 2014, the Government Equalities Office (GEO) has run programmes to prevent and tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools. As part of the commitments made in the LGBT Action Plan, we are announcing £1 million of additional funding so that this programme can be extended to additional schools in England.
Could you be a member of our new LGBT Advisory Panel? In this blog post, we share some more information on how we'll be creating the Panel and how you can apply.
The UK Government is hosting the the Commonwealth Summit. This post explains why it is a great opportunity for the UK to show its commitment to ensuring equality for all people, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.
Today is International Women's Day. In this post, we explain some of the work we're doing to #PressforProgress.
Julianne Miles is the Managing Director of Women Returners, and Natalie Gill is Programme Director at Timewise. In this post, they talk about new guidance on creating returner programmes and why they make business sense.
Emma Codd is Managing Partner for Talent at Deloitte. In this guest blog post, Emma shares what Deloitte has learnt from publishing their gender pay gap data.
This Anti-Bullying Week, we're highlighting the great work of charities around the UK who are tackling bullying. In this post, we hear from Jess MacIntyre at LGBT Consortium, who are leading 12 organisations to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools.
This Anti-Bullying Week, we're highlighting the great work of charities around the UK who are tackling bullying. In this post, Senior Programmes Lead at the Anti-Bullying Alliance, Nicola Murray, talks about the All Together project.