About this theme
This theme covers topics relating to the realisation of a more equitable, diverse and inclusive society for people from the LGBTQ+ community. It is an area of enduring interest that runs throughout our grantmaking. Fellows’ stories
Report Improving dementia services for people who are LGBT
By Allison O'Kelly, 2018
Report Dutch parents' perceptions and practices of discussing sexuality with children
By Clare Bennett, 2017
Report LGBTQ mental health: exploring advocacy approaches to health inequalities
By Jacqui Jobson, 2017
Report Sexual identities and dementia care
By Jane Youell, 2017
Report Coordinated LGBT Advocacy: lessons from Argentina and Brazil
By Joseph O'Connell, 2016
Report Engaging LGBTQ youth in projects that enhance development and wellbeing
By Syriah Bailey, 2014
Fellows' updates July 2021 Fellow's update: Clare Bennett
Senior Lecturer Clare Bennett (CF 2017) co-wrote a book entitled Can I Have Babies Too?, which was published this month. Clare drew upon findings gathered during her Fellowship, which explored ways of helping parents to discuss relationships and sexuality with their children.
By Clare Bennett, 2021
Fellows' updates July 2021 Fellows' update: Jane Youell
Chartered psychologist Jane Youell (CF 2017) has written a chapter in the book Desexualisation in Later Life published on 19 July. Jane shared learnings from her Fellowship, which investigated ways of accommodating the diverse sexual identities of patients in dementia care homes.
By Jane Youell, 2021
Fellows' updates June 2021 Fellow's update: Jacqui Jobson
Charity consultant Jacqui Jobson (CF 2017) hosted a webinar sharing her work on LGBTQ+ equity and inclusion on 29 June. Jacqui outlined how organisations can make a difference by making sure their services are accessible, safe and culturally sensitive for LGBTQ+ people.
By Jacqui Jobson, 2021