One in 10 health and social care workers say they have witnessed a fellow worker expressing their belief in the ability to "cure" lesbians, gays and bisexuals, according to a YouGov survey conducted for the LGBT charity Stonewall. The research polled 3, health and social care workers directly involved in patient care. The survey found that 20 per cent of staff also heard colleagues use works such as "tranny" and "she-male" when discussing trans people. On respondent said that managers wave away such language by stating that "it is only banter". Stonewall point out that public bodies must legally advance equality and end discrimination, and yet staff interviewed by YouGov said they had received either little or no equality and diversity training.
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Its largest program is Reel Affirmations , the third largest LGBT film festival in terms of attendance in the United States   and the largest all-volunteer film festival in the world. One In Ten is overseen by a board of three officers and nine board members. A full-time, paid executive director oversees the day-to-day operations of the organization. All One In Ten programs, including Reel Affirmations, are conceived, organized and implemented by volunteers. However, the financial and organizational strain of producing the event proved too heavy for the arts group. In , Whitman-Walker Clinic became the sole co-sponsor of Capital Pride, although One In Ten continued to serve on the festival's community board along with other organizations.
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In the s, the nonprofit organization Identity, Inc. The studies which resulted have gained relevance again with the introduction in the Anchorage Assembly in of ordinance AO To make the studies more easily available, Identity has granted permission to scan the documents in and make them available on the Internet and to the Anchorage Assembly. Find both reports here.
Gay Christians are increasingly likely to face discrimination or poor treatment by others in the LGBT community because of their faith. A new report by gay rights charity Stonewall has looked into the bullying that LGBT people face from those within and outside of their community. It also found almost a third of gay people of faith take part in a faith activity at least once a month. She said: "It's a complex one but I think it reflects members of the LGBT community projecting onto people of faith their own concerns and anger at the established church.