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What does lockdown mean for LGBT young people living with domestic abuse?

There can be no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has knocked us all off our feet a bit; schools are shut, businesses closed, streets are quiet and we are all trying our best to stay isolated with our own households and to practice social…

Identifying the Learning Needs of the Domestic Abuse Sector

Do you or your service work with domestic abuse survivors? Interested in ensuring services are inclusive and able to respond to the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) people? Then we want to hear from you! We believe that…

Voices Unheard

An educational resource about LGBT young people's experiences of domestic abuse and gender-based violence.

Ann's Story: #VisibleLesbian100

We were thrilled to discover our colleague Ann Marriott had been nominated as part of the #VisibleLesbian100 as part of Lesbian Visibility Week 2020. Over her 20 years at the charity, Ann has changed the lives of numerous young people. We asked her…

How COVID-19 is affecting LGBTQIA+ young people living in Scotland

This blog post - written by Sarah Anderson, Policy and Participation Officer and Ceridwen Ball, Youth Engagement Officer - draws on their work with our Youth Commissions and examines some of the ways in which LGBTQIA+ young people are being affected…

What’s going on for LGBT Young Women and Girls in Scotland?

Between March and July 2020, LGBT Youth Scotland delivered two consultations with LGBT young women and girls in Scotland to learn more about their experiences of inequality, prejudice, discrimination and gender-based violence. The first…

Join Our Voices Unheard Youth Reference Group

We are recruiting LGBT young people aged 13-25 from across Scotland to join our Voices Unheard Youth Reference Group to support our work on Healthy Relationships and Domestic Abuse.Are you concerned that LGBT young people don't have access to…

Lesbian Visibility Week 2021

This Lesbian Visibility Week, we invited our Youth Work Manager for the East of Scotland, Ann Marriott, to blog about being a proud, visible lesbian.  "I was surprised and moved to be nominated as part of #VisibleLesbian100 during Lesbian…

Recruiting young people for our Voices Unheard project

LGBT Youth Scotland is recruiting LGBT young people aged 13-25 from across Scotland to join our Voices Unheard Project to support our work on LGBT Healthy Relationships and Domestic abuse.Are you an LGBT young person aged 13-25 and currently live in…

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