What should the service I commission provide?

  1. Core training about LGBTQ+ and other marginalised identities, all budgeted for and included in service cost
  2. Robust equalities and inclusion framework for all services/models commissioned
  3. Demonstrable expertise and/or lived experience relevant to diverse identities of LGBTQ+ people


Queer Futures 2 What Works NHS Commissioning Guidance

Queer Futures 2 – Commissioning Guidance Slides

Queer and Trans People of Colour in the UK: Possibilities for Intersectional Richness by Dr. Stephanie Davis

GIRES – Supporting BAME trans people

Stonewall – Supporting LGBTQ+ children and young people with SEND

British Academy – Being young, disabled and LGBT+

To listen to what is written on this page, click below

Alex* (staff member) said “it’s about acknowledging the layers of stigma and prejudice that people carry and the impact. You can have all the compassion in the world and the intent – but not understanding first hand is very different. It’s really important that we have workers who specifically understand that intersection, so they can support young people.”

*These quotations use pseudonyms and have been anonymised to protect participant’s identity.

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