The Peter Tatchell Foundation (PTF) seeks to promote and protect the human rights of individuals, communities and nations, in the UK and internationally, in accordance with established national and international human rights law.
The PTF seeks to raise awareness, understanding, protection and implementation of human rights, in the UK and worldwide. This involves research, education, advice, casework, publicity and advocacy.
Victim Support is an independent charity. We are dedicated to supporting people affected by crime and traumatic incidents in England and Wales, and we put them at the heart of our organisation. Our support and campaigns are informed and shaped by them and their experiences.
We provide specialist services to help people cope and recover and to empower them to ensure their voices are heard individually and collectively at a local and national level.
Parental divorce or separation should not mean that children lose the love and care of one of their parents.
Families Need Fathers seeks to obtain, for the children, the best possible blend of both parents in the lives of children; enough for the children to realise that both parents are fully involved in their lives. Legally, parents should be of equal status.
Galop has provided advice, support, research and lobbying around the issues of LGBT+ policing for over 30 years. Reflecting back on this history proves an inspiration in how far the gay communities (and the police) have come since the early days of intimidation and fear. You can learn more about Galop's history from our archive of annual reports.
Free Legal Advice Group for Domestic Violence (FLAG DV) is a charity which was set up in October 2012 and registered as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) in October 2013.
We wanted to fill the gap left by the reduction in Legal Aid services. We are a small charity operating across the three counties of the Thames Valley; Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire.
At LGBT Foundation we have a rich and passionate history of grassroots activism and community involvement, with a track record dating back to 1975.
As the needs of LGBT people have changed so have we, responding to an evolving landscape as well as to changes to health and support needs.
LGBT Foundation (and it’s predecessor The Lesbian & Gay Foundation) formed out of the merger of two community groups, both initially serving LGBT people in Manchester.
In 2001, after Matt O’Connor had what he described as an “epiphany” on Waterloo Bridge, Matt decided that instead of jumping off bridges, dads could aspire to start climbing them, and the idea of Fathers4Justice was born.
He quickly set up designing a new identity for the campaign, including the infamous ‘purple hand’ logo
Hospitals all around the UK have been referring people to us for many years and we are also in the Macmillan Cancer information leaflet and we continue to raise money for Cancer charities throughout the year
We have a very caring and compassionate team of staff that are able to deal with the sensitivity of medical conditions. We offer a free consultations on a one to one basis where you can sit and discuss your personal requirement.
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