Queen Mary's commitment to supporting our LGBTQA+ community
At Queen Mary we want to create an inclusive environment where LGBTQA+ students and staff are celebrated and where everyone can be themselves and be treated with kindness, dignity and respect.
We recognise that recent events, including the deeply sad news of the murder of Brianna Ghey, may have left people across our community with feelings of isolation, fear or uncertainty.
As a University our Trans Inclusion Statement of Commitment 2022 lays out our approach and position with specific regard to trans inclusion. For those looking for support at this time, you may wish to reach out to one of the following people/groups for support and advice:
If you experience or witness homophobia, biphobia or transphobia, you can report it (anonymously if you like) and / or access support through the Queen Mary Report + Support tool.
Further resources and support information, including links to external sources can be found on our Resources and Support section of our LGBTQA+ History Month pages.