LBT Women’s Health Week 2020 takes place from the 9th to the 13th of March.
The aim of LBT Women’s Health Week is to raise awareness about the health inequalities which affect women in LGBTQ+ communities, to make it easier for service providers to empower service users and for communities to support LGBTQ+ women.
The week is also an opportunity to celebrate, highlight and learn from the work of groups and services which provide dedicated support to LGBTQ+ women.
For information on how to support the week, please watch our webinar/download our slides.
The main focus of LBT Women’s Health Week 2020 continues to be visibility. We are organising, leading and supporting a number of events and activities across the country including information sharing, networking and health service provision. We are also providing you with facts and information to help explain why LGBTQ Women’s Health needs to be made a priority, and how to make changes. We will be launching some additional new resources during the week, and updating our website as the week goes on to link to what’s happening in the media to mark the week.
If you have any questions, or want to offer any kind of support or let us know what you’re doing to mark LBT Women’s Health Week 2020, please email Harri: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are committed to gender equality and ensuring women’s experiences and needs are recognised and addressed. Our work for women is based on unity and solidarity amongst all LGBTQ+ people and opposes any arguments that aim to divide us.
We have a policy of zero-tolerance for transphobia and will not enter debates that undermine trans and/or non-binary people’s rights.