The University of Surrey has a vibrant and active LGBT+ community of staff and students. The rainbow flag is raised annually to promote IDAHOT (International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia) on May 17th and there is a month of events to celebrate LGBT History Month on campus.
For more information about the recent LGBT+ Campus Climate Survey, the LGBT Equality Group, LGBT History Month, or any issues you may have relating to discrimination please go to: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/equalityanddiversity/about/groups/lgbt/index.htm
University of Surrey LGBT+ Society
The main focus of the society is on student welfare, and alongside that they aim to provide support, knowledge and friendship to all current and new members.
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/194549400011/
www.outlinesurrey.org Out Line Surrey: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, questioning (LGB&T) Helpline giving support, advice and information in confidence based in Woking.
www.llgs.org.uk London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard: Providing free & confidential support & information to lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgendered communities throughout the UK
www.stonewall.org.uk Stonewall: Information, resources and campaigns for the LGBT community and beyond.
www.londonfriend.org.uk London Friend: Offer counselling and support around issues such as same-sex relationships, sexual and gender identity and promoting personal growth and self-confidence. We're also home to Antidote - the UK's only LGB&T drug and alcohol service. Our social groups provide a safe space to meet and socialise as an alternative to the bar and club scene.
www.gires.org.uk Gender Identity Research and Education Society: Initiates, promotes and supports research into the needs of people who desire to live and be accepted in the gender they identify with.
www.genderedintelligence.co.uk Gendered Intelligence: Aims to increase understandings of gender diversity through creative ways, working predominantly with the trans community and those who impact on trans lives; specialising in supporting young trans people aged 11-25.