Monthly Archives: November 2014

20th Nov: Transgender Day of Remembrance 2014

Today many people will pause for a moment and remember the thousands of Transgender people around the world who have been attacked, murdered, or taken their own lives. Here are details of the London Transgender Day of Remembrance Event; London … Continue reading

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CareNet: Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Workshops

 

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GALOP recruiting for a new LGBT Hate Crime Casework Role

JOB TITLE: City Bridge Trust – Hate Crime Caseworker Galop is delighted to be recruiting for an exciting opportunity to build on our existing and well respected hate crime service in London. JOB POSTCODE: N1 3QP SALARY: NJC SCP 29 … Continue reading

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Lambeth Sail – Safe and Independent Living

Age UK Lambeth is pleased to be bringing the Safe and Independent Living (SAIL) project to Lambeth. SAIL is a co-operative multi-agency referral scheme, where organisations and individuals working in the community can help people with problems outside their area … Continue reading

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Lambeth Christmas Tree Appeal

From the 19th of November 2014, take a gift tag from the Christmas tree outside New Scotland Yard or on your local borough. This will give instructions on how you can provide a present for a child who may not … Continue reading

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Lambeth MPS recruits team of LGBT Liaison Officers

  Lambeth MPS have recently recruited a team of 12 Police LGBT Liaison Officers to help tackle biphobic, homophobic and transphobic hate crime in the borough. Each of the officers has been assigned a LGBT venue to liaise with; Andrew … Continue reading

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Anti-terrorist Hotline 0800 789 321

Communities can defeat terrorism – and everyone has a role to play in helping to prevent terrorism. You can do this by remaining vigilant and reporting any suspicious activity to the police. Suspicious activity can include: Someone noticeably behaving differently … Continue reading

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