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Trade Union Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transexual Groups and Networks: Contact Details

LGBT Regional Network Contacts

As of November 2010, the list of trade union and TUC LGBT contacts is being brought up to date. Meanwhile, to make contact with a TUC regional LGBT network please call your TUC regional office and ask for the contact; for your own union, call your head office and ask to speak to the equal rights department.

"I was 16 years old and living at home when I came out as gay to my Mum and her boyfriend. He said I was disgusting. He told me I'd be a bad influence on my sisters. He wanted me to leave. He said to my Mum that she had...
07 June 2016
As the eighth annual LGBT History month gets underway tomorrow (Wednesday 1st February) the Northern TUC and its LGBT forum welcome the comprehensive programme of activity to the region.
31 January 2012
The TUC has welcomed the decision by the Supreme Court today (Wednesday) to overturn the current UK policy of returning lesbian, gay and bisexual asylum seekers to their countries of origin on the basis that they would be safe if they remain “discreet” about their sexual orientation. The Court ruled...
07 July 2010
Commenting on the news today (Wednesday) that Catholic Care, a Leeds-based adoption agency, has won a high court appeal allowing it to ignore sexual orientation regulations and so exclude same-sex partners who wish to adopt, TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said:
17 March 2010
The Wales TUC is carrying out a groundbreaking survey of people attending the Cardiff Wales Mardi Gras (tomorrow) Saturday September 10th 2005. The aims of the survey, the first of its kind, are to find out more about the experiences of Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people at work,...
09 September 2005
The TUC and the global trade union movement have created a network for LGBT campaigns to help trade unionists put pressure on the International Labour Organisations (ILO) and the UN Commission on Human Rights to adopt positive policies on lesbian and gay equality.
14 December 2004