Camden LGBT Forum
Camden LGBT Forum
Camden Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Forum (CLGBTF) is a registered charity that works to stop attacks, harrassment, bullying and discrimination against LGBT people.
Camden Lesbian, GBT Forum is a community organisation, run by LGBT people for LGBT people, which was set up in 2002 following problems that many victims of homophobic or transphobic crime had in dealing with the Police and other public services in the borough. In February 2005 the Forum became a registered charity.
The Forum meets on the first Tuesday of the month at Camden Town Hall and runs; training for Police Officers & others; anti bullying programmes in local schools ( we saw over 6,000 young people last year); produces a fortnightly newsletter and works with the Council and local organisations such as the British Museum & the British Library to produce the largest LGBT History month programme in the UK. The Forum has also showcased work by LGBT artists for the last three years; organises International Day Against Homophobia in Camden as well as International Trans Day of Remembrance ( both commemorate thiose gay and trans people murdered or unlawfully killed during the previous year ) and produces research as well as running a volunteer programme.
Camden LGBT Forum aims to:
- Our aims are: To promote equality and diversity by the elimination of discrimination in relation to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people living in or working in Camden and, where appropriate, neighbouring boroughs and London, for the benefit of the public.
Established: February 2002
Registered Charity Number: 1107855
Board members: 5
Full time staff: 2
Part time staff: 1
Phone number: 020 7470 8760
Address: Garden Studios 11 -15 Betterton Street London WC2H 9BPView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website