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The Coral Project : Interim Report Out Now.

The Coral Project  have just published  a report on the interim findings from the first UK study exploring the abusive behaviours of lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or trans (LGB and/or T) people in their intimate relationships. download free here  Coral Project Interim Report Sept 2014_FINAL VERSION There are also two end of project events due to [...]

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Funding for Small charities

The Woodward Charitable Trust awards grants (usually up to £5,000) to small-scale, locally-based charitable initiatives in the UK in the following areas: children and young people; minority groups including refugees, gypsies and travellers; prisoners and ex-offenders; disability; homelessness; arts outreach; and environmental projects. Charities must have less than £300,000 turnover. The next deadline for applications [...]

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2013 Report on Intimate Partner Violence in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and HIV-Affected Communities in the U.S.

Bisexual Survivors

The 2013 report found that bisexual survivors were 1.6 times more likely to experience sexual violence, 2.2 times more likely to experience physical violence, and 2.6 times more likely to be injured as a result of IPV. NCAVP’s 2013 data reinforces the findings of the National Intimate Partner Violence Survey (NISVS), a prevalence study on intimate partner violence in LGB communities published by the Center for Disease Control in 2010. The NISVS report reveals that 61% of bisexual women and 37% of bisexual men experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking in their lifetimes within IPV.

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Following the last session at the Safe as Houses conference, we gathered together recommendations from delegates to put forward to local and national MP’s in the run up to national election in May 2015. These are summarised below. If you have further comments and suggestions, please email me or add to the comments section below or go to Linkedin LGBTDAF group to join the discussion.

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