Roar: Summary report 2013

If you ever wondered why lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans*  survivors of domestic abuse remain with their abusive partners or family;  what sort of violence they experience  and why they are unlikely to report the violence to the police or other services, this is for you.… Read the rest

Roar: Conference sends a word of thanks.

Roar Conference Update

Many thanks to all those who took  part in the Roar conference on Friday 20th September.   The theme of this years event was to focus on the lived experience of domestic abuse  and to help inform the conference, we asked LGBT*survivors of domestic abuse to take part in the Roar survey which closed on the 25th August 2013.  … Read the rest

What you do when things go wrong

Researchers at Sunderland and Leicester Universities are conducting research on LGBT relationships and they invite you to take part in their online survey about same-sex, bi and/or trans relationships.

Their research aims to understand what you do when things go wrong in your same-sex, bi and/or trans relationships.… Read the rest

Trans* service. What should it be like?

LGBT DAF in partnership with Gender Matters, Gendered Intellegence, Galop and Broken Rainbow are launching a new survey  to identify what a good service for trans* survivors should be like.  If you would like to take part in this survey, please go to…

Results will be published to coincide with Transforming Domestic Abuse Conference due to take place on September.… Read the rest