LGBT DAF (part of Stonewall Housing) is a project to support organisations, practitioners, researchers, activists, peer advocates and all those working to end domestic abuse experienced by LGBT people. We do this by sharing news, research, information and by holding regular events and training to improve knowledge and understanding of the experiences of LGBT survivors of domestic abuse. If you would like to add a news item or need further information, please contact us.

Latest News

  • Respect Networking Event

    Respect Networking Event

    The UK event for everyone working with Perpetrators of Domestic Violence or in Linked Partner Support Services Respect’s annual Perpetrator …Read More »
  • RaRE Study – PACE

    RaRE Study – PACE

    The RaRE Study research project 2010 – 2015 is a 5-year collaboration between PACE, the LGBT+ mental health charity and …Read More »
  • Unhealthy Additudes

    Unhealthy Additudes

    YouGov research conducted for Stonewall reveals that lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people are facing unhealthy attitudes from health and …Read More »

A to Z of Services

We have created a map of services who work with LGBT people affected by domestic abuse. If you’d like to add your service, please complete our short survey.

Go to the map
Welcome to the new LGBT domestic abuse forum website – your feedback is welcome. Email info@lgbtdaf.org
Four in ten (39 per cent) lesbians and bisexual women with a disability have experienced domestic abuse in a relationship (Stonewall –health briefing)


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