forum+ provides services to support victims of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic hate crime and discrimination. Contact forum+ to make an appointment to discuss your options with a case worker and we can support you in reporting LGBT+ hate crimes to the police and relevant council departments. You can also report a crime to us without the need to involve the police by using our non-police reporting scheme. We can also put you in contact with other agencies and support groups within the wider community, to receive further support, help and guidance.
An important part of our work on community safety is delivering training and consultancy on LGBT equality and community safety to local businesses, education professionals, police, voluntary and statutory organisations. forum+ also offers bespoke training for companies and organisations to improve accessibility and services to LGBTQ+ customers, employees and communities.
forum+ organises the annual Camden & Islington LGBT History Month programme which celebrates and showcases local LGBT history and heritage. Throughout the year forum+ creates a variety of cultural and commemorative events for the LGBT calendar such as International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, World AIDS Day and many more! We host regular social groups and events across Camden and Islington including a monthly book club, film club and spoken word event.
forum+ has a wonderful team of volunteers who are integral to the delivering of our services. Whether giving inspiring talks, hosting and organising online events, supporting our work on surveys and so much more, forum+ volunteers make a vital contribution to the local LGBT community.
forum+ works across both Camden and Islington, two boroughs with a long history and commitment to LGBT inclusion. Our commitment to the community is to celebrate the achievements, lived experiences and culture of local LGBT people, to collate and share evidence to ensure that LGBT people and our needs are highlighted, and to support victims of LGBT hate crime. We wish to work with and collaborate with everyone in our community to build a safer, more supportive and cohesive society. All of our services are available to ages 18 and over.
tel: 020 7388 5720
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