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Wellbeing Resources - Recommend by the LGBT+ Network Group
Staff Network Groups
The Staff Equality Network Groups were established in 2014 to provide a staff voice for equality-related issues at the university. They are run by staff for staff with support and co-ordination from the Equality and Diversity Team.
LGBT Foundation Wellbeing
Tools and resources to support you in managing your mental health and wellbeing in this challenging time.
Grouped under the 5 ways to wellbeing - Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Learn & Give. There is also an additional group for any resources which don't neatly fit into one of the 5 ways to wellbeing.
The Rainbow Hub
The Rainbow Hub is an exciting new space set amongst the bustling Saint James’s Street in Brighton. The Hub is a local point of contact for LGBT+ people seeking up to date help, information or guidance, in a safe, non-judgemental environment.
Other Wellbeing Resources
MindOut is a mental health service run by and for lesbians, gay, bisexual, trans and queer people with experience of mental health issues.
We work to improve the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTQ communities and to make mental health a community concern.
LGBTQ+ Words & Culture
British LIbrary - LGBTQ Histories
From the 1500s to today, this site charts the struggles for love, identity and legislative change faced by LGBTQ communities in the UK.
Here we explore the experiences and stories encountered in our collections, but also pose questions and seek to involve the community in thinking about answers. This is not a finite resource and will grow over time to represent the spectrum of LGBTQ life and experience in the UK.
Coast Is Queer
The Coast is Queer, Brighton & Hove’s festival of LGBTQ+ literature, returns in a special online version from 5-7 February 2021. Once again the programme brings together writers, performers, academics, activists and readers for a weekend of in-conversation events, workshops, films and discussions that celebrate queer lives and writing.
Speak Out London
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer+ (LGBTQ+) people have always been part of the fabric of London yet our histories have been marginalised. Speak Out is a call to action to put LGBTQ+ lives and experience back into the historical record.
Within the Four Walls: Queer Lockdown Stories
In this series, writers and students discuss the experience of lockdown for themselves as writers as well as its impact on LGBTQ+ communities, the challenges and opportunities for generating creative spaces for queer and trans people of colour.
Outing The Past
OUTing the Past: The International Festivals of Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Trans History is an international celebration that comprises of events throughout the year and around the world, and a conference and gathering for academics and activists once a year in February.