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Monday, 10 October 2016

The Sun and Daily Mail accused of 'fuelling prejudice' in report on rising racist violence and hate ...

The Sun and Daily Mail accused of 'fuelling prejudice' in report on rising racist violence and hate ...
- as well as “unscrupulous press reporting” targeting the LGBT community. ... It also named David Cameron and Nigel Farage as among the British ...

Research Shows One In Three LGBT Travelers Experience Discrimination While On Holiday

Research Shows One In Three LGBT Travelers Experience Discrimination While On Holiday
- most inclusive and LGBT-friendly travel and tourism companies in the UK. ... Another gay Brit Marco Bulmer-Rizzi encountered a shocking treatment ...

German government to pay €30m in compensation to gay men convicted under historical sex laws

German government to pay €30m in compensation to gay men convicted under historical sex laws
- Homosexual acts were first criminalised in 1871 when Germany was formed but the law was strengthened during the Nazi era when the regime used it to convict thousands of gay men and send them to concentration camps.


Preacher who previously endorsed the beheading of gay men is now teaching in the UK

Preacher who previously endorsed the beheading of gay men is now teaching in the UK
- Shaykh Hamza Sodagar has previously appeared in a video where he seemingly suggests throwing gay men off a cliff, burning them to death, and ...

World study warns of England teachers' long hours

World study warns of England teachers' long hours
- Angela Rayner, Labour's shadow education secretary, said: "While the Tories ... A Department for Education spokeswoman said: "We recognise teachers' ... the annual average salaries for teachers in the UK are also greater than the ...

Universities need to share ideas on how to help poorer pupils

Universities need to share ideas on how to help poorer pupils
- The advisory group brought together universities, employers, schools, colleges and education charities. The group looked at ways of improving ...

New University of Sussex vice-chancellor warns of impact of Brexit, visa restrictions and Theresa ...

New University of Sussex vice-chancellor warns of impact of Brexit, visa restrictions and Theresa ...
- A Department for Education spokeswoman said: “The UK is home to some of the world's best universities – and we want that to continue.

HP opens UK learning studios to tackle the digital skills gap

HP opens UK learning studios to tackle the digital skills gap
- HP opens UK learning studios to tackle the digital skills gap ... innovation in education) to reduce the digital skills gap by reimagining the classroom, ...

Ignoring male victims of domestic violence' says men's rights group

Ignoring male victims of domestic violence' says men's rights group
 - Mr Quinn said PSNI statistics showed that males accounted for around 30% of the victims of domestic violence last year, with 3,107 crimes reported by ...

Is Social Media Damaging Young Women's Mental Health?

Is Social Media Damaging Young Women's Mental Health?
- This indication that social media could be linked to mental health conditions isn't brand new, but in the context of a formal ... In the UK, three quarters of suicide cases are male, and in 2014 alone there were 4623 male suicides.

New HIV diagnoses down in UK gay men, but still high says report

New HIV diagnoses down in UK gay men, but still high says report
HIV diagnoses of men who have sex with men in the UK have gone down for the first time since the 1990s despite remaining high, says the latest ...

Women diagnosed with breast cancer after 70 twice as likely to die from it

Women diagnosed with breast cancer after 70 twice as likely to die from it
- Caroline Abrahams, Charity Director at Age UK said: “It is inexcusable that older people with breast cancer are not getting the most effective treatments ...

Is it safe for me to go vegan?

Is it safe for me to go vegan?
- Veganism is on the rise in the UK. ... It's particularly important for children and older people to eat a diet – vegan or not – that contains all the nutrition ...

Why No Woman Should Ever Feel Ashamed Of Suffering From Postnatal ...

Why No Woman Should Ever Feel Ashamed Of Suffering From Postnatal ...
- Three mothers have bravely spoken out about feelings of isolation and fear when they suffered from postnatal depression after the birth of their ...

Thousands to unite for events to promote mental health awareness

Thousands to unite for events to promote mental health awareness
- The global initiative seeks to break down stigma surrounding mental health and promoting education, awareness and health and wellbeing.

Human rights are key to mental health care

Human rights are key to mental health care
- Professor Peter Kinderman, President of the British Psychological Society, has described World Mental Health day as an ... This shrinking of the child's world has had numbers put on it in 2013 by the filmmaker David Bond.

Hillary Clinton warns Donald Trump will “reverse same-sex marriage”

Hillary Clinton warns Donald Trump will “reverse same-sex marriage”
- During last night's presidential debate, where Democrat Clinton and Republican Trump shared their policies on a number of issues, LGBT rights were ...

More young people are saying they're bisexual than gay

More young people are saying they're bisexual than gay
- Not being able to call myself a bonafide lesbian has sometimes left me feeling like a fraud; like I don't belong in gay bars lest they discover my dirty ...

Study confirms negative impact of Irish marriage equality referendum on LGBTI people

Study confirms negative impact of Irish marriage equality referendum on LGBTI people
- A NEW study has revealed the “deeply negative” impact the 'no' campaign had on LGBTI people during the Irish marriage equality referendum.

Irish LGBTI community describe marriage equality referendum as a “dark time”

Irish LGBTI community describe marriage equality referendum as a “dark time”
- A new study has found the Irish referendum on marriage equality deeply affected the health and wellbeing of the LGBTI community – particularly its ...

Hong Kong LGBTI choir The Harmonics on giving voice to a community

Hong Kong LGBTI choir The Harmonics on giving voice to a community
- One of Hong Kong's newest LGBTI social groups, The Harmonics, is adding a musical element to the city's diversity scene. Dean Adamantidis chats ...

First Ever Chinese Team to Attend 2018 Gay Games

First Ever Chinese Team to Attend 2018 Gay Games
- Although discussion of LGBTI issues has become more commonplace in Chinese society in the past decade, conservative attitudes still prevail, with ...

Police receive 563 racist hate incident reports in six months

Police receive 563 racist hate incident reports in six months
- The Equality Network is now surveying LGBTI people's experiences of hate crime in Scotland, with interim results from over 1000 respondents ...

It was a horrible, horrible time in my life.”

It was a horrible, horrible time in my life.”
- THE public campaign against same sex marriage in Ireland made young LGBTI people depressed, angry and feel marginalised from society.

Meet the gay Jewish German behind the world's first LGBTI liberation movement

Meet the gay Jewish German behind the world's first LGBTI liberation movement
- We're not talking about earthy love, but about pure, real, sparkling love,' a young doctor from Berlin, going by the name of Th. Ramien, wrote in a ...

Irish same-sex marriage vote 'had highly detrimental impact': study

Irish same-sex marriage vote 'had highly detrimental impact': study
- Nearly three quarters of them said the 'No' campaign had a highly detrimental impact on young LGBTI people and the children of LGBTI parents.".

No place in Scotland for any form of hate crime, says Chief Constable Phil Gormley

No place in Scotland for any form of hate crime, says Chief Constable Phil Gormley
- The officers are now part of a new network of LGBTI Liaison Officers who can be contacted by the public. The officers are also be able to help and ...

Plebiscite related mental health concerns grow

Plebiscite related mental health concerns grow
- Late last week during a meeting with number of LGBTI groups Attorney General George Brandis reportedly suggested that the government may be ...

What domestic violence looks like through the eyes of a black lesbian

What domestic violence looks like through the eyes of a black lesbian
- The Inter-Personal Violence (IPV) study conducted in 2011 revealed LGBTI communities of color are among the worst affected. The real scale of the ...

Polls show Australians don't want a plebiscitePolls show Australians don't want a plebiscite

Polls show Australians don't want a plebiscite
- Many different concerns have been raised in relation to the proposal ranging from the negative mental health experience it may force upon LGBTI ...

Homophobic attacks rose 147% in three months after Brexit vote

Homophobic attacks rose 147% in three months after Brexit vote
- Hate crimes against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people increased 147% during July, August and September compared to the ...

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