Brighton Pride news: Gay Muslims on LGBT lessons row

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Gay Muslims have told the BBC the No Outsiders books would have helped their mental health growing up.
The programme was created in 2014 by Andrew Moffat, the assistant head teacher at Parkfield Community School in Birmingham and aims to teach children about the characteristics protected by the Equality Act – such as sexual orientation and religion.

Gay Muslims on LGBT lessons row

They say books aimed at teaching kids about characteristics protected in the Equality Act – stories some parents have protested – would have helped them growing up.

Brighton & Hove Pride – Official Page

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In these challenging times it’s good to #ShareTheLove for our amazing community organisations and all the great local causes supported through Pride's fundraising for the Rainbow Fund- here is Chris Gull from The Rainbow Fund - Brighton & Hove PLEASE SHARE.#StayAtHome #PrideWithPurpose #WeStandtogether #AllinThistogether ...

Thanks to your support, this #PrideWithPurpose has raised over £920,000 to date for local good causes.
Extratime Brighton
“We are absolutely thrilled that the Pride Social Impact Fund chose to support our project for a Family Fun Day which will make such a difference to around 200 children with special educational needs and disabilities and their parent carers, in and around Brighton & Hove and West Sussex.”
#PrideSocialImpactFund
More details at Brighton-Pride.org/fundraising-testimony/
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Thanks to your support, this #PrideWithPurpose has raised over £920,000 to date for local good causes.
Extratime Brighton
“We are absolutely thrilled that the Pride Social Impact Fund chose to support our project for a Family Fun Day which will make such a difference to around 200 children with special educational needs and disabilities and their parent carers, in and around Brighton & Hove and West Sussex.”
#PrideSocialImpactFund
More details at Brighton-Pride.org/fundraising-testimony/

Support our NHS, Emergency Services and Key Workers.
#OneCommunity #SupportTheNHS #SupportKeyWorkers #AllinThisTogether
Sussex Police, South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, East Sussex Fire and Rescue, St John Ambulance, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals and many more.
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Support our NHS, Emergency Services and Key Workers.
#OneCommunity #SupportTheNHS #SupportKeyWorkers #AllinThisTogether
Sussex Police, South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust, Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, East Sussex Fire and Rescue, St John Ambulance, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals and many more.

Thanks to your support, this #PrideWithPurpose has raised over £920,000 to date for local good causes.
MenTalkHealth UK
“MenTalkHealth believes that stigma around mental health prevents people from reaching out for help when they need it and so aims to get our community talking.
With the funds awarded from The Brighton Rainbow fund we will be able to provide free & reduced cost Mental Health First Aid training to LGBTQ+ venues and performers on the Brighton scene who are our front line to those struggling.
Mental Health First Aid training is expensive, costing an individual between £300-450. We are able to train up our own Mental Health First Aid Trainer who will then be able to train our community in the necessarily skills to listen to and signpost those in our community who are struggling the most. ”
#MenTalkHealth #BrightonRainbowFund
More details at Brighton-Pride.org/fundraising-testimony/
...

Thanks to your support, this #PrideWithPurpose has raised over £920,000 to date for local good causes.
MenTalkHealth UK 
“MenTalkHealth believes that stigma around mental health prevents people from reaching out for help when they need it and so aims to get our community talking.
With the funds awarded from The Brighton Rainbow fund we will be able to provide free & reduced cost Mental Health First Aid training to LGBTQ+ venues and performers on the Brighton scene who are our front line to those struggling.
Mental Health First Aid training is expensive, costing an individual between £300-450. We are able to train up our own Mental Health First Aid Trainer who will then be able to train our community in the necessarily skills to listen to and signpost those in our community who are struggling the most. ”
#MenTalkHealth #BrightonRainbowFund 
More details at Brighton-Pride.org/fundraising-testimony/
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