Community News

Smarter Uniforms to host series of pop-up shops across Brighton

Graham Robson August 25, 2022

With the UK in the grip of the cost-of-living crisis and a new school year approaching, Smarter Uniforms is hosting a series of pop-up shops, offering new and high-quality second-hand items that typically cost a third of the price of new uniforms.

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Community News

‘This could be our future’: TEDx talk by Allsorts CEO is now available online

Graham Robson August 17, 2022

The theme of TEDx Brighton’s 2022 event in March was This could be our future. Katie was one of the many speakers to take to the stage, and tackled the theme with a view to seeing a world in which LGBTQ+ children and young people are free to be themselves, and why the fight for young LGBTQ+ people is far from over.

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In The South

Brighton & Hove city councillors give green light to three-year plan to tackle inequality throughout the city

Graham Robson June 15, 2022

The council says A Fairer Brighton & Hove framework has been developed after it consulted families, community groups and professionals to ask their views on how it can best support families and children at risk of disadvantage

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LGBTQ+ child sexual abuse victims and survivors ‘blamed for their abuse’

Graham Robson May 24, 2022

Some LGBTQ+ victims and survivors of child sexual abuse were told their identity or orientation was a result of the abuse they experienced, a new report by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse found.

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Fostering provider calls for more LGBTQ+ foster parents

Graham Robson February 9, 2021

Five Rivers Child Care calls on those from the LGBTQ+ community to consider fostering, as research highlights stark misconceptions about who can foster which could be impacting foster care recruitment

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