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The Rainbow Group is a self-organising group (SOG) for lesbian, gay and bisexual council employees. The group has been actively involved in developing Council policies challenging discrimination and homophobia in the workplace, including the Council’s Equalities Policy and anti-harassment guidance.
Contact: (Equalities Team) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Rainbow Group is the self-organised group for lesbian, gay and bisexual employees of the council. The aims of the group are to raise awareness, to act against discrimination in the workplace, to provide support to its members in the workplace, to advise on service provision and the development of employment policies and practice and to work towards diversity and equality for all its members.
If you would like to know more about the group or wish to become a member, you can either contact the Equalities and Social Inclusion Team (see below) or, if you are an employee, visit the group’s site on the council’s intranet. Alternatively email email@example.com
Rainbow Pilgrims is a project that explores the history of LGBTQI migrants in the UK both past and present using oral history, film and photography. Hosts a touring exhibition with pop-up events and learning tools.
Rainbow Warriors Wargaming Club is a new gaming community in Bristol. We aim to meet regularly for LGBT+ gamers to meet,socialise and play games. The club is not exclusive to LGBT+ people but we want it to be a welcoming atmosphere for LGBT+ gamers.
REGARD is a national, volunteer run organisation of disabled lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgendered people. Our aims are: 1. To offer information and advice to our members and disabled LGBT people 2. To combat the social isolation of our members 3. To advocate disabled issues to the LGBT community and LGBT issues to the disabled community. 4. To campaign on issues affecting disabled LGBT people We have a newsletter and also a couple of online groups for our members: Regard Online for news and notices; and Regard Chat for discussion and more social contacts. For further information, please contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org or write to us at BM Regard, London WC1N 3XX, or on Facebook here
Relate counselling is open to everyone aged over 16. Whether you are married, living together, in a same-sex relationship, separated, divorced or single, our confidential service can help you to deal with your relationship difficulties. You can come on your own or with a partner. At your first session (the Initial Consultation) a counsellor will talk with you for up to one hour. If at the end of this appointment it is agreed that one of our services may be helpful, we will discuss at what times you can come on a regular basis, and when this might begin.
In counselling, individuals, couples, families or parts of families have sessions where they think through an issue or work through a problem. The counsellor is trained to help people understand themselves better, relate better to others, work things out for themselves and make decisions about what to do next. Your counsellor will help you communicate openly and honestly.
Counselling sessions usually last one hour on a weekly basis. You will see the same counsellor each week and your counselling will continue for as long as both you and the counsellor feel it is helpful.
Monday – Friday, 9am – 9pm | Saturday, 9am – 1pm
We offer a range of services:
counselling for those experiencing domestic abuse or violence
counselling for those contemplating divorce
provision of the above services to employees and clients of organizations in the public and private sector