useful links

Age of Diversity ageofdiversity@googlemail.com
An organisation for older LGBT people.

Albert Kennedy Trust www.akt.org.uk
Supporting young homeless LGBT people.

Bicon www.bicon.org.uk
An organisation which produces a quarterly magazine and hosts an annual conference. It may be able to provide advice and guidance if approached.

Broken Rainbow www.broken-rainbow.org.uk
An organisation supporting survivors of same sex domestic violence.

DCFD, LGBT Team www.met.police.uk/dcf/dct.htm
MPS Central Team which offers advice and guidance on workplace policy, practice and any related matters to LGBT service delivery.

FFLAG: Family & Friends of Lesbians & Gays www.fflag.org.uk
A support organisation for family and friends.

Gay Police Association www.gay.police.uk/contact.html
National staff association that specifically represents the needs and interests of lesbian and gay police employees in the United Kingdom.

Galop www.galop.org.uk
A helpline and advocacy charity for LGBT people. Galop also operates a third party reporting scheme in conjunction with the MPS.

Gender Trust info@gendertrust.org
UK charity helping adults who identify as transsexual or gender dysphoric.

GIRES www.gires.org.uk
Gender Identity Research and Education Society – sponsoring research and education on gender identity.

GMFA www.gmfa.org.uk/aboutgmfa
Gay Men Fighting Aids. GMFA is the UK's leading gay men's health charity, reaching over 140,000 men with our interventions.

Imaan www.imaan.org.uk
A support organisation for LGBT Muslims which provides counselling, networking, advice and guidence.

Kairos in Soho www.kairosinsoho.org.uk/links.asp
Links to LGBT organisations, charities and support groups.

LGBT AG www.lgbtag.org.uk
Voluntary group of independent LGBT advisors to the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS).

LGBT Consortium www.lgbtconsortium.org.uk
Different to other national LGBT charities such as Stonewall, the focus of the Consortium is around the development and support of LGBT groups, organisations and projects, rather than actually delivering direct services or campaigning for individual LGBT rights.

London Friend www.londonfriend.org.uk
A voluntary organisation supporting LGBT Londoners.

London Lesbian & Gay Switchboard www.llgs.org.uk
Provides an information, support and referral service for lesbians, gay men, bisexual people and anyone who needs to consider issues around their sexuality.

National Trans Police Association www.ntpa.org.uk
A new trans support network for employees in all police services across the UK.

Naz Project London (NPL) www.naz.org.uk
Provides sexual health and HIV prevention and support services to targeted Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities in London.

Nutritionist Resource www.nutritionist-resource.org.uk
A nutrition support network, enabling those in need to find a nutritionist close to them and appropriate for their needs. This is a free, confidential service that will provide those seeking support with all the information they need.

Pannone LLP's guide to Civil Partnerships
tinyurl.com/Pannone-cohabitation-guide
A useful and concise guide to Civil Partnerships that includes some of the must-know legal facts about Civil Partnerships.

Positiveline www.eddiesurmantrust.org.uk
A national freephone helpline for anyone worried about any issues around HIV/AIDS.

Press For Change www.pfc.org.uk
A political lobbying and educational organisation, which campaigns to achieve equal civil rights and liberties for all trans people.

SAFRA www.safraproject.org
A resource project on the issues facing Muslim women who identify as LGBT.

Schools Out! www.schools-out.org.uk
This organisation works towards equality in education for LGBT people and provides training.

Stonewall www.stonewall.org.uk
A professional lobbying group for lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. Stonewall can offer advice and guidance on a wide range of diversity issues.

Terence Higgins Trust www.tht.org.uk/aboutus/ourmission
THT is the leading and largest HIV and sexual health charity in the UK. They also work in partnership with the MPS on providing safety advice to LGBT people.

Victim Support www.victimsupport.org.uk
Our new details are:
17 – 18 Falcon Road, SW11 2PH
T: 020 7801 1777