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BCC Children and Young People\’s Services
Other Children and Young People’s Service The Council House, College Green Bristol BS1 5TR
Work Phone: 0117 922 2000 central switchboard Website: http://www.bristol.gov.uk/nav/children-and-young-people
Improving outcomes for Bristol children, young people and families is the key driver for all our work. In order to do this, we must prioritise and focus on key issues. The Bristol Children and Young People’s Plan (CYPP) is the overarching strategic plan to improve outcomes for children, young people and families. The Children’s Services Scrutiny Commission receives quarterly reports on how well we are doing against key performance indicators.  It will also receive updates on our plans and strategies.  The agendas and minutes of these meetings are available on our Committee Minutes page. Our schools, colleges, child care providers and children’s social services are inspected regularly and reports of these inspections can be found on the Ofsted website. We have produced a needs assessment examining the causes and impacts of child poverty in the form of a blog.  You can access it and contribute to the debate. The site also contains a wider series of data, analysis and consultation on the lives of children, young people and families in Bristol.
Categories: All Bristol areas, Bristol City Council, Bullying, Children, Families, Parents, Youth
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Bristol Hate Crime and Discrimination Services
Home Phone: 0800 171 2272 (freephone) Cell Phone: 07486 460 369 Hate Crime Case Worker (Jo) Website: http://lgbtbristol.org.uk/hatecrime/

S.A.R.I. in collaboration with Brandon Trust, Bristol Mind and LGBT Bristol are now: Bristol’s Hate Crime Services (BHCS)
Supporting, Educating and Strengthening Bristol’s Diverse Communities

  • One Stop Reporting line – 0800 171 2272 (freephone)
  • For all types of Hate Crime



Categories: Bullying, Hate Crime, Hate Crime Reporting, Helplines, Homophobia
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Educational Action Challenging Homophobia (EACH)
Other Office 27 42 Triangle West Bristol BS8 1ES
Home Phone: 0808 1000 143 Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm Work Phone: 0117 946 7607 Website: Visit Website Website: Visit Website

EACH is the award-winning charity for adults and young people affected by homophobia or transphobia. It is also a not-for-profit training agency for employers and organisations committed to realising an equal and safe working environment for all regardless of age, sex, ability, ethnicity, faith, gender identity or sexuality. Actionline 0808 1000 143 Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm.

Categories: Advice & Help, All Bristol areas, B&NES, Bath, Bullying, Campaigning, Homophobia, LGBT, North East Smerset, South Gloucestershire, Southwest, Support groups, Transphobia, UK, Youth
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Freedom Youth Group and Gender Jelly Group – Off the Record (Bristol)
Trans Education Worker Contact: Henry Poultney
Home Off The Record 1-2 Perry Road Bristol BS1 5BQ
Work Phone: 0117 922 6747 Cell Phone: 07496 965 262 Website: Off The Record website

A Bristol based charity which offers counselling for youth, advice on sexual matters (incl free condoms) , set up support groups. We offer a range of therapeutic services, training, research and consultancy, as well as participatory campaigns alongside local young people.

Categories: Advice & Help, Bullying, Children, Health, LGBT, Non Binary, Sexual Health, Trans, Youth
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Hate crime reporting
Work Phone: Bristol 01179 455 707 Work Phone: South Gloucestershire 01179 454 195 Work Phone: North Somerset 01934 638 225 Work Phone: Bath & North East Somerset 01225 842 525 Website: Visit Website

Hate crime is any offence committed against a person or property which is motivated by the offender’s hatred of people because they are seen as being different.

Avon and Somerset Police will not tolerate any form of Hate Crime. We are committed to ensuring your safety, regardless of an individual’s race, religion, sexual orientation or gender.

In each of the police districts we have a trained officer to handle race, religion, homophobic, transphobic and disabalist crime. In addition to full investigation, they can provide you with advice, discuss what has happened to you or put you in touch with other agencies who may be able to provide you with other forms of support.

Categories: Advice & Help, Bullying, Hate Crime, Hate Crime Reporting, Helplines, Homophobia, Transphobia
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Mermaids UK
Other Suite 5 High Street House 2 the High Street Leeds LS19 7PP
Work Phone: 0344 334 0550 Website: Visit Website

What would you do if your 7 year old son told you that he wanted to be a girl? Or your 14 year daughter told you that she feels that she is really a boy? Or perhaps you are a young person, and you feel that your body doesn’t match who you are on the inside. Don’t panic, you are not alone! Our members are parents and young people who have dealt with, or are dealing with, issues like the examples above. Mermaids is a support group for gender variant children and teenagers, and their families. Our Infoline is open Monday to Saturday 3pm until 7pm only, UK Time, when staffed, answerphone at other times – local rates Registered Charity No. 1073991.

Categories: Bullying, Families, Hate Crime Reporting, Homophobia, Intersex, LGBT, London, Non Binary, Support groups, Trans, Transphobia, UK, Youth
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Proud 2 Serve
LGBT Members of the British Armed Forces

Proud2Serve.net is the LGBT E-Network for the British Armed Forces.

Our aim is to provide support, information and networking for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender serving, ex-serving personnel and their families both at home and abroad. Proud2Serve.net has an established record as the first port of call for information for the community which has grown stronger, year on year, since the website and P2SForum were established in 2005. With over 1.5 million page views each year, and over 5000 military personnel and civilian visitors to the site each month we are proud to serve the entire military family. Our website serves you as a comprehensive portal subject of relevance to the Armed Forces community, including up-to-date news from the military and LGBT arenas, online forum for networking and seeking advice, acting as a focal point for policy, advice and help, and finally providing a gallery bringing together the best photographs and videos of the military family at work and play. Join the P2SForum for free today for access to the members-only areas and to begin interacting with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members of the Armed Forces serving at or near your station.

Categories: Activities & Leisure, Bullying, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Hate Crime Reporting, Homophobia, LGBT, Professional networks, Social groups, Social networks, Sport, Staff Networks, Support groups, Transphobia, UK
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