Figures from Greater Manchester Police show hate crime towards the Trans community has more than tripled in four years. The
Tackling HIV… Mayor Andy Burnham’s £1million pledge as Manchester joins Fast-Track Cities initiative
Great Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham unveiled a £1million plan to prevent new infections of HIV in Manchester in the next 25 years at the candlelit vigil which closed Gay Pride 2018.
A national HIV awareness campaign has launched in Manchester city centre, featuring a ten-foot-tall ecosystem of living, vibrant plants spelling out the word ‘HIV’.
‘Hate crime has a huge impact’: LGBT community set for Gay Village vigil to ‘make sure voices are heard’
LGBT hate crime victims will be commemorated at a rousing vigil at the heart of Manchester’s Gay Village on Tuesday evening.
‘No reason for delay’: LGBT Foundation say revolutionary HIV treatment PrEP needed ‘today not tomorrow’
The game-changing HIV preventative Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) should be introduced ‘today and not tomorrow’, according to the leading figure in the LGBT Foundation.
The event, this year titled ‘Women Out Loud,’ will celebrate women making their voices heard with a series of social events surrounding culture, history and activism.
The devolution of health care funding to Greater Manchester needs to ‘truly reflect all’ in the region, according to a leading spokesperson in the LGBT community.
The importance of addressing the issue of eating disorders in our country was portrayed when the week of February 22-28 was made National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.
‘Get tested, stay in control and live your life’: National campaign to increase HIV testing lands in Manchester
A national campaign to increase HIV testing among groups most affected in the UK is taking place in Manchester next week for World AIDS day.
Thompson of Keighly, West Yorkshire, was sent to Armley Prison in Leeds after her request to be sent to a female prison was refused.
Black LGBT people have a lack of visibility in mainstream society, but the LGBT Foundation is trying to bring them to the forefront with their Black History Month event, ‘Screening in Colour’.