We are committed to improving our performance in the top 100 Stonewall Employers index and this is one of the council’s key equalities objectives in our Single Equality Scheme 2010-13. In 2011 we came 75th out of 378 leading employers in Britain and we hope to improve this year on year, despite increasing competition. We also subscribe to the Stonewall Education champions programme. In 2011 we were given 8th place in recognition of targeted work supported by local schools. The council was awarded City of Sanctuary status in March 2011 by the City of Sanctuary National Network, an organisation that is made up of representatives from 10 cities. Our new status recognises that services to refugees here are among the best in Britain.
Categories: Advice & Help, All Bristol areas, Bristol City Council, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Bristol Disability Equality Forum is a disability equality organisation for all Disabled people who live, work or study in the Bristol area, regardless of impairment. We operate to the Social Model of disability in all that we do. We campaign for Disabled people’s rights, better disability equality in all services and celebrate Disabled people’s diversity. We provide advice to organisations and support to individual Disabled people, develop projects to increase Disabled people’s access to facilities, and to decision-making structures so that they can represent themselves.
Categories: Advice & Help, All Bristol areas, Disability, Equality Forums, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Otherc/o Age Concern, Canningford House38 Victoria StreetBristolBS1 6BYpostal
Work Phone:0117 9279222workWork Email:INTERNET
BOPF represent the interests of people (over 55) in Bristol, by acting as the official Consultee with Bristol City Council and other Agencies. They meet regularly at the Council House, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TR
Bristol Older People’s Forum’s Mission is “To oppose unfair discrimination on the grounds of age. To provide a focus, a network and a voice for older people in Bristol. To empower older people. To improve the social and financial well-being of older people”.
Categories: All Bristol areas, Equality Forums, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Updated 6 years ago.
BSL ForumNOT LGBTContact:IainSutherland
OtherDeaf Forum, Bristol City CouncilCollege GreenBristolBS1 5TRpostal
Bristol BSL forum has been set up to make sure that deaf people in Bristol can have fair access to council services. For more information, please contact: Carolyn Nabarro or Iain Sutherland, Development Worker
Categories: All Bristol areas, Disabled, Equality Forums, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Support groups
The GPA is a non-statutory staff association which represents the needs and interests of gay men and women in the British police service. Our aims are to: Promote equal opportunities for gay police officers and police staff; Offer advice and support to gay police officers and police staff and to improve relations between the police service and the gay community. FULL Membership is available to all serving and retired police officers, police staff and Special Constables employed or previously employed by any police service in the UK.
Categories: Bullying, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Hate Crime Reporting, Homophobia, LGBT, London, Professional networks, Social groups, Social networks, Staff Networks, Support groups, Transphobia, UK
Updated 6 years ago.
LIONS LGBT Inter-Org Networking-Socials
LIONS LGBT Inter-Org Networking-SocialsContact:NeilHalstead
We already have members from over 30 organisations across the private, public and charity sectors…why not join them?
LIONS (Bristol) events are FREE and held in a friendly, smart, central pub. They’re your quarterly opportunity to meet and socialise with other LGBT professionals and orgs; whether for personal, social, logistical or business reasons. It’s totally relaxed, very social…and above all – useful! Come along and use LIONS in the way that suits you. LIONS events are for you if: • you help run your organisation’s LGBT employee network • you’re a member of your organisation’s LGBT employee network • you want to understand how other orgs have set up LGBT employee networks • you run, work for, or represent a standalone LGBT organisation (for example – choir, football team, charity, etc) and you’d like the opportunity to promote your org / team / society – and meet potential future members and supporters. • you want to learn which companies understand the LGBT agenda and what orgs and societies are available to you if you’re LGBT in Bristol OUR NEXT EVENT: LIONS (Bristol) winter-event Friday 11 Nov, from 5:30pm Central-Bristol venue (email for details) Mission We already have members from over 30 organisations across the private, public and charity sectors. If you’re interested in LIONS (Bristol) write on the wall, send me a message, or email: Neil Halstead / Niall Aldicott (LIONS)
Categories: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, LGBT, Professional networks, Social groups, Social networks, Staff Networks
Updated 6 years ago.
Proud 2 Serve
Proud 2 ServeLGBT 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