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Trans Resilience in Isolation

Galop, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity, have created a resource 'Trans Resilience in Isolation' with tips and advice on how to look after yourself during this period. Download the .pdf...

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Corona Virus Update: LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Support

We are aware that services being closed or offering reduced services may be concerning to people in need of support during the current Corvid-19 restrictions however Galop's National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline is currently still operating their usual hours offering...

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Corona Virus Update

Due to the current situation around Covid-19 (Coronavirus) we are following government guidelines and have decided to cancel all youth groups, events and meetings until the end of April We are currently working on ways to continue our support and services using online...

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LGBT+ History Month – SAYiT’s Young People’s Picks

Word Cloud of SAYiT Young People's picks We’ve been celebrating LGBT+ history month in the SAYiT office by talking about and sharing important LGBT+ figures, books, and organisations. The theme of LGBT+ History Month 2020 is ‘Prose, Poetry and Plays’, but we’ve also...

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LGBT+ History Month: the Cooper Donuts Riot – 1959

For LGBT+ History Month we asked the SAYiT Team to tell us about the people, events, and organisations in LGBT+ history that are important to them. SAYiT LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Development Worker, Heather Paterson, has written this important piece on the Cooper Donuts...

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LGBT+ Inclusion Kite Mark Scheme Launch

On Friday 14th February SAYiT officially launched the LGBT+ Inclusion Kite Mark Scheme as part of the CALL IT OUT project. We were joined at Rotherham's New York Stadium by organisations from across South Yorkshire working in the Domestic and Sexual Abuse and Housing...

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A Message from Steve Slack

I would like to let you know of my intention to leave SAYiT at the end of June 2020. It has been a difficult decision to make, but I am leaving the organisation safe in the knowledge that it is staffed by inspiring, professional and committed individuals and governed...

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SAYiT is Recruiting – Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer – SAYiT 34 - 37.5 hours per week Salary £35,000 - £37,000 WTE [NJC point 32-34] Pension contribution 7% [Fixed term 12 months - continued post dependent on funding] SAYiT is a Sheffield-based charity working with young people and professionals...

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