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Welcome to the Rainbow Boroughs Project Blog,

This use to be called the LGBT Blog London, however we decided to change the name to consolidate all our LGBT work into one project. Please bear with us as we update this site.

Rainbow Boroughs Facebook Page

Rainbow Boroughs Facebook Page

We have set up a Facebook Community page Rainbow Boroughs which we hope will be liked and followed by lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, trans people and our allies – providing an opportunities to share information between us.

London LGBT Organisers Group

We are inviting leading members from each of the borough LGBT Forums and other London-based LGBT groups and organisations to join our private Facebook group so we can share information behind the scenes and collaborate together.

Please contact us if you would like to join this closed group.

Rainbow Boroughs WordPress Blog

 

Rainbow Boroughs Blog

The aim of this WordPress blog is to help network the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* communities of London. Work constructing the blog started on the 1st February, at the beginning of LGBT History Month 2016.

As we develop the blog, we hope to gather a lot of useful information together which we want to share in an open and transparent way; to help signpost and raise awareness of the huge variety of events and activities taking place across London, to promote and celebrate diversity within and across our communities, to foster and improve community collaboration and cohesion, and develop better services and facilities.

This is also part of a wider project to raise hate crime awareness by the anti-hate crime charity  17-24-30 NationalHCAW.

The Rainbow Boroughs Project Blog is organised into eleven sections as follows;

1. Home section

This is where we will post regular news items, community features, scene updates, and other posts we hope you’ll find interesting. News items are also displayed on our national website www.nationalhcaw.uk

2. About section

This is where you will find our contact information, details of our social media profiles and a comment form so you can tell us what you think of our site. There will be a sub-page with details of our key partners.

3. Events section 

This is where we will share information about the variety of activities and events that are taking place, including regular meetings and annual events.

4. London Borough’s section

Here you will find information relating to the 32 London boroughs and the City of London.

5. Issues section

This is where we will list the key issues being faced by our communities.

6. Campaigns section

We will use this section to promote campaigns we support.

7. People section

Here you will find information about some of the movers and shakers within our communities, people who help shape our communities and the scene.

8. Projects section

Here you will find information about some of the projects we are working on.

9. Resources section

Here you will find a variety of resources that you can download and use; leaflets and posters, briefing documents, maps and guides.

10. Community Listings section

This is where we will list all the community based organisations in London.

11. Scene Listings section

Here you’ll find details of the commercial scene; bars, cafes, clubs, restaurants, saunas, shops and other facilities.

National Website Rainbow Boroughs section

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The Rainbow Boroughs Project section on our national website can be viewed here.

The national website is organised into seven sections;

  1. Home page
  2. News
  3. Plan your national week
  4. Report hate crime
  5. NationalHCAW archive
  6. Volunteers and Staff
  7. April Acts of Remembrance archive

Thanks for visiting our blog today.

Thank you for taking a look at the blog today, at the moment it is a fairly blank canvas but over the course of the year we plan to populate it with a lot of useful information.

We also welcome your thoughts and ideas on how we can improve what we are doing, so please feel welcome to use our site feedback form.

Many thanks

Mark