Our new report centres the voices and experiences of LGBTQ+ young people who have faced any form of homelessness in the last five years. Read more
Opening times and contact information for support services over the bank holiday Read more
It’s been a year since we entered the first national lockdown. Read more
We're continuing to support young people online and staff can still be contacted as normal. Read more
Our new report centres the voices and experiences of LGBTQ+ young people who have faced any form of homelessness in the last five years.
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We're looking for a Fundraising Manager (Acquisition and Community Giving) Read more
Our Campaigns, Policy and Research Lead Jo talks about producing our report in lockdown Read more
We will all be very sad to see our favourite Communications and Campaigns Director leave this summer. So, in celebration of his contribution to akt and the legacy he’ll leave behind, we’ve dedicated this ‘A Day in the Life of’ to Matt. Read more
As a young LGBTQ+ person, moving into student accommodation may have been a way to live life on your own terms. We've put together some advice and resources if you're worried about life after uni. Read more
Written by survivors, edited by experts. CHAYN is a global volunteer network addressing gender-based violence by creating intersectional survivor-led resources online. Read more
I felt confident that akt would understand and be able to help me with the problems I was having at the time. Read more
John, a young gay man from Manchester, fled his homophobic father’s attacks after coming out to his parents. Read more
“I lived in a village with hardly any buses and I just felt trapped.” Read more
Jane was supported by akt during a particularly difficult time. Read more