Report launch “Meeting the Needs of the LGBTI+ Community in Glasgow: A Review of Services Provided and Identified Needs”

Meeting the Needs of the LGBTI+ Community in Glasgow report coverThe report is now online: New Report: Meeting the needs of the LGBTI+ community in Glasgow a review of services provided

“The Glasgow LGBTI+ Voluntary Sector Network formed in 2016 with the purpose to “use our collective power to challenge inequality and create lasting solutions for LGBTI+ people” by influencing, learning and sharing, building relationships and collaborating.”

“Members of the Network have had longstanding concerns about the historic lack of a strategic approach and of core funding for LGBTI+ organisations in Glasgow. As a result, the Network has commissioned this piece of research to find out what services are currently funded in Glasgow and to map out unmet need.”


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The Launch of the Report was held on 1st December 2017
“Please come along to hear our recommendations, contribute your own views, and hear from Glasgow City Council on their own aims for LGBT+ communities living and working in the city.”  Booking On Eventbrite