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Regard

Regard  is a national organisation of lesbians, gay men, bisexual, transgender and queer people (LGBTQ) who self-identify as disabled. They follow the Social Model of Disability, which is a way of thinking about disability that says it is society that needs to change by removing the barriers that deny inclusion and equal rights. As with 90% of LGBTQ voluntary organisations, Regard is run by its members for its members and has no paid staff.

Regard has the following aims:

- To provide information and advice (on a non-professional basis) to LGBTQ disabled people

- To raise awareness and campaign on issues affecting disabled LGBTQ people

- To combat social isolation among LGBTQ disabled people

Address:
BM Regard, London, WC1N 3XX
Area serviced:
Nationwide
Contact name:
Phil Gosling
Job title:
Secretary
Who is it for:
LGBTQ disabled people, as well as friends and supporters
Charges:
Membership is free
Sector:
Public
Last updated:
29/06/2016