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In April this year, Intercom Trust launched a regional survey to explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the LGBT+ community. After receiving over 400 responses from across the South West, we have produced a report using the findings of the survey, existing research on LGBT+ health inequalities, and our own service user data.

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Exciting news! We are working alongside Manchester LGBT Foundation to explore our community opinions on how coronavirus has impacted LGBT+ people across the South West.

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Are you LGBT+ and you live/work in Dorset? Have you experienced any form of homophobia, transphobia or bi-phobia?

Please tell us what happened. Did you report it? If not, why didn't you feel able to? Sharing your experiences will help to ensure that no one can ignore what's really going on out there.

Take part in our short 'Enough is Enough' Hate Crime survey - it only takes a few minutes to complete: 'Enough is Enough' Hate Crime Survey

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We will be at 10 Downing Street today to talk about the LGBT Action Plan, which has been published as a result of the LGBT Survey that was recently completed by 108,100 LGBT+ people between July and October 2017.

In response to the survey, the government has produced a 75-point plan to improve the lives of LGBT+ people.

You can find the result to the LGBT Survey here: www.gov.uk/government/publications/national-lgbt-survey-summary-report

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27 July 2017

National LGBT+ survey

The government have launched a survey to understand the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) people living in the UK.

Make your voice heard! If you want to take part in this survey, just follow this link: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/national-lgbt-survey

 

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