SAYiT 2019/20 Brochure

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Emotional wellbeing support for LGBT+ young people in Sheffield

SAYiT works with young people and professionals to make real lives better. We provide practical support around LGBT+ life, sexual health, HIV and mental wellbeing, while our training helps organisations improve knowledge and address discrimination.


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G is for gallery #IgniteAtoZ
Our partner @KelhamIsland is always looking for new ways to explore their collections & to share different perspectives. In February, as part of LGBT History Month, an exhibition was created by @sayitsheffield’s Fruitbowl group.

#CallItOut works to improve #DomesticAbuse services for #SouthYorkshire #LGBT+ people

If you're LGBT+ & experienced Domestic Abuse we want to hear from you

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#SheffieldIsSuper #RotherhamIsWonderful #BarnsleyIsBrill #DoncasterIsGreat

Join us for The SAYiT 2020 Noah Lomax Memorial Lecture - 'Inequalities and LGBT+ Young People's Mental Health'

Keynote Speaker - Richard Wilkinson

📅 25/03/2020
⏰ 15:30-18:30
📍 Sheffield City Centre Venue

🎟️ Tickets £5 -

#lgbtsheffield #lgbtq


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Heather Paterson at the European Diversity Awards

SAYiT team member Heather Paterson was nominated for Campaigner of the Year at the 2019 European Diversity Awards and attended the ceremony on Thursday 14th November. ''Last Thursday I had the pleasure of attending the 10th Annual European Diversity Awards as a...

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Sheffield Rainbow Laces Cup 2019

On Saturday, 16th November, Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park played host to a charity football match that is calling for an end to LGBT+ phobia in football and to back sport as something for everyone. The event started with all players, managers, guests and many of the...

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D for Dexter – BBC Radio Show

On 11/11/19, 'Children in Need: D for Dexter' was broadcast on BBC Radio 4. The story has been developed through close collaboration and consultation with SAYiT's amazing young people and BBC Children in Need, who help to fund our work. Listen again here:...

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