Thank you for visiting the Rainbow Boroughs Project blog.
Yes this Blog needs updating
We got distracted with other projects for a while and some of the information on this blog is now out of date – so we have begun the process of updating it. Please bear with us as we update ourselves.
Networking LGBT groups and forums across London
This blog was originally set up as the LGBTBlogLondon a few years ago, in an attempt to start networking the various LGBT groups and forums across London.
April Acts of Remembrance
Initially we focused on Lambeth, Tower Hamlets and Westminster where the London Nail Bomb attacks took place in Brixton, Brick Lane and Soho in April 1999, and Lewisham where our volunteer sessions take place.
Check out our April Acts of Remembrance archive page on our national website.
Tackling all forms of hate crime
We wanted and still want to help bring LGBT people together across London and the UK to tackle all forms of hate crime, including Biphobia, Transphobia and Homophobia.
If you want to report hate crime – check out the Report Hate Crime Page on our national website where we signpost several advice and support organisations.
Galop is a key LGBT Advice and Support charity and organisation that we highly recommend.
Rainbow Boroughs Social Media
We suggest you check out our page on our national website, like our public Facebook page and follow us on Twitter.
Interested in joining our team? Check out our Volunteers and Staff page.
The Rainbow Boroughs Project is a project run by 17-24-30 NationalHCAW.
The charity organises the April Acts of Remembrance #AAR, National Hate Crime Awareness Week #NationalHCAW and an annual H.O.P.E. Campaign.