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External Networks

This page provides information about LGBTQ+ networks outside of Queen Mary.


Centred is a community organisation run by diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) people. Their work focuses on diverse LGBTQ experiences, especially where these issues intersect with experiences concerning race, gender, disability, deafness, age and minority faith. 

Gay Women’s Network 

The London Gay Women’s Network aims to give lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer + professional women access to career development and networking opportunities in an inclusive and welcoming space, and to support positive change for LGBTQ+ women in the workplace. 

LGBT Consortium 

We are a national specialist infrastructure and Membership organisation. We focus on the development and support of LGBT groups, organisations and projects so they can deliver direct services and campaign for individual rights. 

London Irish LGBT Network 

London Irish LGBT Network represent and campaign on behalf of the Irish LGBT diaspora community to help develop a broader more inclusive Irish diaspora community across Britain. 

London Irish LGBT Network create opportunities through regular cultural and social events and activities for the Irish LGBT community to engage and support each other as part of the wider Irish community in London and Britain. 


Network supporting: LGBT+ parents and prospective parents, heterosexual parents who may have children that are LGBT+ or who seek to raise their children in a diverse and inclusive environment, Heterosexual parents in non-traditional or under-represented families, and organisations that want to broaden the diversity dialogue among their employees and offer them another avenue of support. 

Southwark LGBT Network  

Southwark LGBT Network aims to build and strengthen LGBTQ+ communities in the borough to improve the quality of life of those who live, work, study or socialise here and reduce vulnerability to hate crime, harassment and discrimination. 


UNISON fights discrimination and prejudice in the workplace on behalf of its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) members. We work together in local and national groups of LGBT members to campaign and provide support for our members. 

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