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Brighton housing campaigner warns of LGBTQ+ homelessness

Rachel Badham February 24, 2021

Daniel Harris, a Brighton housing campaigner, is encouraging the council to create more specialist support for LGBTQ+ homeless people.

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Arts

Queer Frontiers raise £26,000 for LGBT+ charities

Graham Robson October 20, 2019

ARTIQ, an art consultancy and advisory company, celebrate the recent success of charity art exhibition Queer Frontiers in London, which raised over £26,000 for LGBT+ charities Albert Kennedy Trust and LGBT+ Switchboard.

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Arts

Room for Love – ‘They Made This’ support akt

Besi Besemar July 30, 2019

Room For Love a new exhibition of Pride posters from artists and illustrators who are part of the They Made This collective, launch at their new pop-up print shop on Brighton’s Dukes Lane to kick off Pride celebrations on Saturday, August 3.

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Community News

Albert Kennedy Trust marks 30th anniversary with brand refresh

Besi Besemar March 8, 2019

Albert Kennedy Trust unveils new brand identity including their own take on the rainbow flag. National LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity akt (formerly The Albert Kennedy Trust) launches their first brand refresh since 2009.

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Community News

Lady Phyll becomes a Patron of Albert Kennedy Trust

Besi Besemar February 12, 2019

Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, also known as Lady Phyll, has joined the LGBTQ+ youth homeless charity The Albert Kennedy Trust (AKT), as a patron.

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Community News

Debate about LGBT+ homelessness at LIB DEM conference this evening

Besi Besemar September 16, 2018

Preventing Lifetimes of Homelessness -a panel debate about LGBT+ homelessness takes place this evening at the Hilton Metropole Hotel during the Liberal Democrat Party Conference.

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In The South

OPINION: LGBT youth and the homelessness crisis in Brighton and Hove by Bright Daffodil

Bright Daffodil March 23, 2018

If you live in and around Brighton, it’s impossible not to notice the streets are littered with bodies and makeshift beds. Homelessness has always been a problem, but it’s never been as taken for granted as now. 2018 sees the highest numbers of homelessness since the 80s. In fact, worse than that, now we have children leaving care and ending upon the streets, with no provision. NO future!

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