Staff

Staff

Intercom Trust invites you to an LGBT+ Engagement and Q&A Session with Devon & Cornwall Police

3 September 2020

Keith Harris

Keith became a trustee in November 2019. He lives in Budleigh Salterton and is now retired. In his working life Keith held a range of operational, project management and HR management roles. As a trustee Keith is particularly interested in HR issues, strategy and performance management. On behalf of the trustees Keith also provides line management and support for the Chief Executive.
Keith enjoys living by the coast in Budleigh, walking his very energetic young dog and touring with his campervan. He also enjoys spending time with his family, cooking, reading and cinema. He is a keen amateur musician and plays guitar with a number of groups in the area, one of which plays for various charities in local care homes and Memory Cafes.
2 September 2020

Goodbye to Lizzie

We are really sad to be saying farewell to Lizzie, who has been a valued member of the Intercom family since 2010.

11 August 2020

Ellie

LGBT+ Schools & Young Person Project Worker

Ellie joined Intercom in 2020.

Ellie works across schools in Cornwall and they are based in our Truro office.

They can be contacted on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Pronouns: they / them / theirs

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.

Monday 17th August 2020 

10:00 - 12:30

This training is an introduction to the definitions, history, legislation and options for reporting hate crimes and incidents.

17 June 2020

#BlackLivesMatter

We firmly believe #BlackLivesMatter

16 June 2020

Call to Action

We are informed that the anti-trans proposals listed in last week’s Sunday Times article holds truth. These proposals included ‘new protections to safeguard female-only spaces…’ and ‘abandoning’ a self-determined procedure around GRA reform.

IMPORTANT: Liz Truss MP is due to speak in Parliament about equalities this Wednesday morning. Boris is likely being asked to agree to the proposals within the next 24 hours. If Boris doesn’t sign it off, Liz Truss cannot go forward with it. YOU can help to prevent the UK Gov progressing with these anti-trans proposals, but you have to act quickly.

Here are our suggestions as to what you and/or your organisation can do:

1. URGENTLY call on Boris Johnson not to take forward any of Liz Truss’ proposals by tweeting @BorisJohnson @10DowningStreet and/or emailing via this web-form: https://email.number10.gov.uk/ (copy your email content before you click send as there have been tech issues with the portal. If it does not send, then suggest you send on to his MP address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. making it clear that the portal is not working). If you are a woman, join the campaign on social media: tell Boris that the rolling back of trans rights in the name of women’s rights is not something you support by using the hashtag #NotInMyName

2. Write to your MP (even if you have done already!) And call on them to challenge the proposals

3. Tell your friends, family and colleagues to do (1) and (2) above

Intercom Trust is seeking new Trustees. Are you interested?

We are now running our Gender Identity Family Days online using Zoom

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