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Stonewall – Faith Role Models Programme

Many lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people report feeling alienated from their faith, with some having experienced rejection by some religious groups, leading to many being disconnected from their roots and heritage. This can result in LGBT people often finding it impossible to reconcile their sexuality with their faith, feeling they need to choose one over the other.

Thanks to funding from the MB Reckitt Trust, Stonewall will run a Faith Role Models Programme for 24 LGBT faith and communities leaders to encourage them to think about their LGBT identities and how they can play an active role in furthering equality within their own communities.

The course is designed to create lasting change for both the individual attendees and for those they work with, providing them with the confidence and tools to challenge homophobia, biphobia and transphobia and to create inclusive environments for LGBT people of faith.