Putting campaigning at the forefront of Pride, this week also saw the launch of our 2019 campaign #WeStandTogether, a call to action for all in the LGBTQ+ community and our allies to stand up to all types of discrimination as we celebrate Pride and the advances in equality and inclusion over the last 5 decades.
The campaign will be highlighted across all the lamp posts in the city in the run up to Pride focusing on some of the appalling hate crime statistics that are currently in the news, and calling out transphobia, biphobia, racism and homophobia.
#WeStandTogether confirms Brighton & Hove Pride’s commitment to raising awareness of intersectionality, the overlapping of social identities and how discrimination against one ultimately represents discrimination against all.
Look out for the street banner campaign across the City from 22nd July.
Lesbian, Gay,  Bisexual, Transgender, Queer + Allies
#WeStandTogether 🌈 #stonewall50

Transgender hate crimes have risen 81% in the UK in the period of 2018-2019

#WeStandTogether in fighting the discrimination and violence against transgender individuals, through education and support we can strive to stop hate and violence.

Through the Rainbow Fund we have been able to support the My Genderation film project, which celebrates trans lives and experiences, highlighting the diversity of the trans community in a positive light.

Link: visit website | visit YouTube

Homophobic hate crimes have doubled since 2014 in England and Wales

#WeStandTogether in providing funding for support and wellbeing services for the LGBTQ+ community.

Through the Brighton Rainbow Fund we have been able to support the Rainbow Hub and Community Safety Forum on their shared premises in Kemptown which provides a safe space for individuals in the LGBTQ+ community seeking up to date help, information or guidance.

visit the Rainbow Hub website | Facebook