‘Staying Alive’: The Impact of ‘Austerity Cuts’ on the LGBT Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) in England and Wales

Technical report


Colgan, F, Hunter, C and McKearney, A (2014). ‘Staying Alive’: The Impact of ‘Austerity Cuts’ on the LGBT Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) in England and Wales. London, UK TUC.
AuthorsColgan, F, Hunter, C and McKearney, A
TypeTechnical report
Abstract

This report was commissioned by the Trades Union Congress to examine the impact of ‘austerity cuts’ on the LGBT voluntary and community sector (VCS) in England and Wales. The research was delivered in collaboration with centred and the Consortium of LGBT Voluntary and Community Organisations . The research focused on the perceptions and experiences of people working in the LGBT VCS and may usefully be read in tandem with the report by NatCen Social Research, funded by UNISON (2013) which focused on the ways in which recent austerity measures have affected LGBT people as service users and providers in the UK .

Year2014
PublisherTUC
Place of publicationLondon, UK
Web address (URL)https://www.tuc.org.uk/sites/default/files/StayingAlive_0.pdf
Publication dates
Print26 Jun 2014
Publication process dates
Deposited03 Apr 2017
Accepted26 Jun 2014
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY 4.0
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