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  • SAYiT Domestic Abuse Video

    SAYiT Domestic Abuse Video

    As part of its “Call It Out“project to improve access to domestic abuse services for LGBT+ young people across South Yorkshire SAYiT has produced a video in comic book form showing young people’s experiences of abuse.It also contains a list of services you can use if you are a victim of abuse. Please be warned that the video does contain sensitive content.

  • Sheffield LGBT+ Multi Agency Network

    Sheffield LGBT+ Multi Agency Network

    The recently launched Sheffield LGBT+ Multi-Agency Network is a network of Sheffield based organisations, working together to represent and support Sheffield’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and other minority sexual and gender communities. The Network coordinate city wide events including LGBT+ History Month every February. Their next quarterly meeting is on Wednesday 24th February .

  • Experiences of Health and Care in Sheffield's Trans Community

    Healthwatch Sheffield, in partnership with SAYiT and Transactive have published a report detailing the experiences of health and care in Sheffield’s trans community. The report details a range of issues including waiting times, fear of stigma and a lack of awareness of gender identity within health and care settings.

  • The People's Projects - Vote now!

    The People’s Project gives you the chance to decide how National Lottery funding can make a difference in your local community.Local organisations competing for funding include the ‘Farm Days Dementia project’ at Heeley City Farm, and the LGBT Sheffield project, ‘Out and About.’ You have until midday on Monday April 30th to cast your vote.

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