Our report explores kinship & support networks in the LGBTI+ community. Our diverse chosen families & support networks are a lifeline. They need to be recognised properly.
A short list of some LGBTI+ terms and definitions.
Original research and guide for service providers on how to better support LGBT asylum seekers and refugees.
This resource is written to support your group through the process of fundraising, from getting ready for funding to applying. We will continue to support LGBTI groups across Scotland by developing and bringing together shared tools to grow funding for the LGBTI sector.
In this resource, Supporting People, we explore the theme of mental health, how it affects LGBTI people, and the techniques we can employ to talk to those living with mental ill-health.
Connecting online through social media and virtual events has always been a part of what groups deliver, but the pandemic has made online delivery all the more important.
The Equality Network has conducted a survey focusing on the experiences of reproductive health and fertility services of the LGBT population in Scotland.
Draws on asexual specific research and guidance to provide a simple intro to asexuality and a guide for service providers on how to include asexual people. This booklet will provide you with the foundations to start thinking about simple changes to your practice that can ensure you are creating an inclusive service in which asexual people can participate fully.
A tri-fold leaflet covering facts and misconceptions about asexuality and tips for better ace inclusion.
The Scottish LGBT Equality Report represents the first of its kind looking at the unique lived experience of LGBT people living in rural Scotland.
Roadmap to Bisexual Inclusion draws on bisexual specific research and guidance to provide a comprehensive step by step guide for service providers on how to include bisexual people.
The Scottish LGBTI Hate Crime Report is Scotland’s most comprehensive study of hate crime against LGBTI people. Based on a detailed survey of 1,445 people in Scotland, the report reveals shocking statistics.
An easy to follow practical list of the most important things that service providers can do to better include people with intersectional identities. Includes a self reflection quiz to help you identify what to do next.
The Scottish LGBT Equality Report is a state of the nation report on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people’s experiences of inequality in Scotland.
‘Complicated?’ is the first UK wide research report to focus specifically on bisexual people’s experiences of accessing services. The report reveals some very shocking statistics and personal stories. But it also highlights examples of good practice and ideas for services about how they can be more inclusive for bisexual people.
We have published resources related to the equal marriage campaign.
Scotland’s first research report on disabled LGBT people and services. A practical guide to better including disabled LGBT people in services.
A ground-breaking new research study into trans mental health and wellbeing.
A joint project of the Scottish Transgender Alliance and Stonewall Scotland providing guidance for promoting trans-friendly and inclusive workplaces. Includes advice on compliance with the Equality Act 2010.
Scotland’s first research report on minority ethnic LGBT intersectionality and services.
This project researched the participation of disabled lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (D/LGBT) people in community groups. On Safe Ground was funded by Communities Scotland, the Scottish Executive’s housing and regeneration agency as part of its equalities work. The research was carried out by Avanté Consulting, working with the Disability Rights Commission and the Equality Network.
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Equality Network is a national lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) equality and human rights charity.
The Equality Network is a registered Scottish charity: SC037852, and a company limited by guarantee: SC220213.
We are grateful for funding from the Scottish Government