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Josephine & Jack are a creative and unique journey in relationships and sex education run by and for people with learning disabilities across Tyne
The Albert Kennedy Trust supports LGBTQ+ young people in the UK experiencing homelessness or living in hostile enviroments to find safe homes, employm
Northern Heart is a registered community organisation that has been created specifically for the LGBTQ+ community and its allies within the UK.  North

  See Gasbags North East is a group for gay and bisexual men and men who are questioning their sexuality aged 18 and over who live in the North Eas

If you have been a victim of hate crime because of your race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or disability please report it. 24 hour tel: 0191 433 2648 Hate Crimes happen because of hostility, prejudice or hatred of: disability gender identity race, ethnicity or nationality religion or belief sexual orientation. They include things like name calling and verbal abuse, bullying and harassment, spitting and physical attacks, damage to property, graffiti, and written notes, emails and text messages. If you or anyone you know has experienced a Hate Crime, please report it. You can talk to

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We provide practical and emotional support to help victims of crime across Northumbria, helping them to cope and recover from their experience wether
We provide support to women and girls (13+) who have experienced any form of sexual violence.  We define sexual violence in its broadest sense.  For example, we support women who have experienced rape, childhood sexual abuse, sexual exploitation, stalking, unwanted sexual touching, unwanted sexual exposure, so called 'revenge porn' etc.  The sexual violence may have been experienced recently or historically.  We are for all women including, but not limited to, women who identify as Lesbian, Bi, Trans and/or Questioning; Black, Minority Ethnic and Refugee women; and women with disabilities. We

An initiative funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria ​• Have you been affected by hate crime? • Do you need help to speak up for yourself? • Would you like support to find out about your rights and to make decisions and choices? • Do you want help to get services or support? • Do you want to know how you can report a hate crime? What is hate crime? A hate crime is a crime that you think was motivated by prejudice or hate because of what you look like or how you live your life. This can include your (or someone else’s): • Race • Religion • Disability (including mental

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Description • Health and Care advocacy supports adults in Gateshead and Newcastle who need support with health and social care issues.
Pride & Joy is a community choir who meet weekly on Tuesday evenings from 6.30 - 8.30pm.