Community Summaries Count Me In Too built on learning from the Count Me In research project in 2000 and other local research...
Introduction to Process
So what is Count Me In Too? Count Me In Too is an award-winning research project where lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGB...
The Library: Bi People This report addresses the lives and experiences, demographics and identities of bisexual people in Br...
Responding to Count Me In Too... Using Research For Change The groundbreaking research carried out by Count Me In Too has be...
Transforming LGBT Lives Conference Statement of Inclusivity
LGBT Intersex Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgendered straight, queer interested questioning unsure inclusivity inclusive statement Transforming Lives Conference
The Library: Trans People This report addresses the lives, experiences, demographics and identities of trans people in Brigh...
Making a difference
Making a Difference Since the very beginning, Count Me In Too has been dedicated to supporting positive social change for LG...
Other Publications The following publications were not produced by Count Me In Too but are relevant to some of the areas of ...
deaf & disabled LGBT people
The Library: Deaf & Disabled LGBT People Community Summaries Deaf LGBT lives (PDF 145 kb) 2 pages - April 2009 Disability...
Welcome to the Count Me In Too Library Since 2007, Count Me In Too has published a wide range of reports, analyses and summa...
Research Information Desk
Research Information Desk In response to feedback from the With Us, By Us, For Us community consultation event (April 2009) ...
Emma Reed Transforming LGBT Lives Conference
Emma Reed Transforming LGBT Lives Conference Guest Speaker Brighton Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender
initial findings: academic
The Library: Initial Findings - Academic After two years of planning, consultation and research, the Count Me In Too Project...
Drugs & Alcohol
The Library: Drugs & Alcohol This report focuses on LGBT people's use of alcohol and illegal drugs or legal drugs without pr...
Surya Monro Keynote Speaker Biography
Surya Monro Surya Monro is based at the Centre for Research in the Social Sciences, University of Hudderfield, UK, email s.m...
initial findings: community
The Library: Initial Findings - Community This LGBT Community Report is intended as a more accessible overview of the resear...
Academic Findings Reports
Academic Findings Reports Count Me In Too has produced a range of publications, some of which give a large amount of detail ...
Care Research Team
care research team Paul Willis Swansea University Nicki Ward University of Birmingham Julie Fish De Montfort University Giovanni Porfido University of Birmingham transforming lesbian gay bisexual trans lives conference brighton count me in too
Transforming Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Lives: Activism and Research for Gender and Sexual Liberation Count Me In...
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...
The Count Me In Too Wish Tree
A video project based around the Wish Tree that featured at many of the Count Me In Too consultation and dissemination events.
The Library: Community Safety This report addresses the experiences, impacts and reporting of hate crime, safety fears, and ...
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,...
CUPP Count Me In Too was a community-university partnership project, and part of the broader CUPP structure that exists with...
The Library: General Health This report addresses physical health, smoking and physical activity; sex including sexual activ...
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...
Count Me In Too Peer Reviewed Publications
This page contains a list of peer-reviewed publications that use research data from Count Me In Too.
Details of Richard Ward's Presentation at the Transforming LGBT Lives conference
Transforming Lesbian gay bisexual trans lives conference Brighton Count Me In Too Richard Ward Manchester University health social care LGB services
Research Information Desk
The following page gives details of how the Research Information Desk operated, what it was for, and who could access and use...