This guide, created by akt, the Unite Foundation and All of Us, is a resource aimed at supporting grieving young people.
If you are preparing to leave care, you may be feeling a little daunted by what lies ahead. Here are some helpful things to consider which will hopefully make your journey a little easier to navigate.
We have created this resource to give LGBTQ+ young people practical advice on staying safe at protests and marches, as well as at events like Pride.
We have put together this to guide you through the steps you should take as soon as you experience anything distressing from a housemate or landlord.
Around 100,000 people in the uk are living with HIV - but an estimated 13% don't know they have it.
Coming out, or being outed as LGBTQ+, can lead to young people being made homeless. 24% of young people experiencing homelessness identify as being LGBTQ+.
To recognise International Day of Friendship, we've put together this resource inform you, or someone you know, about how to be an ally to the LGBTQ+ community.
At akt, we understand that viewing and signing for a new tenancy can be both exciting and nerve-racking. In this guide, we have included a few tips and important steps to think about in preparation for your new home.
We understand that moving home can be both exciting and stressful. We have put together this guide to talk you through the things you need to know once you have moved in to your new home.
akt would like to take the time to spotlight and celebrate bisexual people and address the issues they face.
Agender is an umbrella term that can cover a number of different identities. Agender people sometimes find that they are left out of public conversations around the LGBTQ+ community.