Ordinary in Brighton?: LGBT, Activisms and the City Published
A book emerging from the Count Me In Too data has been published.
Ordinary in Brighton? video of the launch event
Find out more about the launch event of the book Ordinary in Brighton?: LGBT, Activisms and the City
initial findings: community
The Library: Initial Findings - Community This LGBT Community Report is intended as a more accessible overview of the resear...
CUPP Count Me In Too was a community-university partnership project, and part of the broader CUPP structure that exists with...
Count Me In Too articles published in Gscene
domestic violence & abuse
The Library: Domestic Violence & Abuse This report addresses all those who answered the question 'Have you ever experienced ...
The Library: Housing This report addresses LGBT experiences of living in Brighton & Hove, issues relating to social housing,...
The Library: General Health This report addresses physical health, smoking and physical activity; sex including sexual activ...
Community Summaries Count Me In Too built on learning from the Count Me In research project in 2000 and other local research...
The Library: Mental Health This report addresses LGBT experiences of living in Brighton & Hove, issues relating to social ho...
About Count Me In too
If you a looking for information on how Service Providers and other agencies have responded to Count Me In Too's findings ple...
Drugs & Alcohol
The Library: Drugs & Alcohol This report focuses on LGBT people's use of alcohol and illegal drugs or legal drugs without pr...
Responding to Count Me In Too... Using Research For Change The groundbreaking research carried out by Count Me In Too has be...
History of Engagement
Involving LGBT People From the initial idea, through to the final evaluation of the research, Count Me In Too (CMIT) was a c...