Same Sex Domestic Violence
This report is a study into the feasibility of developing specialist domestic violence services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and/ or trans* (LGBT) people in Birmingham. It uses data from an online survey of LGBT domestic violence victims/ survivors; a mapping survey of existing Birmingham domestic violence services; data from UK/ England-wide domestic violence services and focus group discussions, collected between December 2013 and March 2014
Worth Every Penny, Worth Every Pound
In March 2010, as part of its aim to provide evidence supporting the value of equalities infrastructure organisations, the National Equality Partnership(NEP), supported by nef consulting, launched the Demonstrating Value research project.
This report carried out a Social Return on Investment on the work of several infrastructure organisations, SROI analyses were conducted with four case studies in three organisations, inclusing Birmingham LGBT.
Out & About, Mapping LGBT Lives in Birmingham
The report contains up to date data about the experiences of 636 LGB and T people who live work and socialise in Birmingham.
It covers diversity monitoring, socio economic data, leisure spend, and community infrastructure, LGBT health, mental health, hate crime, domestic violence, homophobic bullying, and Tran’s issues.
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Listening to Hidden Voices – Faith & LGBT
Birmingham LGBT in partnership with the West Midlands Faiths Forum and Aston University Chaplaincy developed an innovative and challenging event around issues of Faith and Sexuality.
Birmingham LGBT Consultation Report 2009/2010
A summary of the findings of two consultation events carried out with members of the LGBT community in the city of Birmingham. The first consultation took place on December 2nd 2009 and was facilitated by Birmingham LGBT community Trust and the Health and well being partnership and focused on health. The second consultation Are you being served? Took place on 23rd January 2010 and focused on Community engagement, Community cohesion, Housing and Social care and Community safety.
Solihull LGBT Consultation Report
This report is a summary of the findings from a consultation with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) community in Solihull that took place on Saturday 12 th June 2010. The consultation event was commissioned by the local strategic partnership to find out what were the issues facing LGB and T people living or working in the Borough of Solihull, and what their needs were.
Systematic Review of LGBT Health, West Midlands
A systematic review of LGBT health research in the West Midlands, was published in 2009 by the University of Birmingham.