Since 2007, Count Me In Too has published a wide range of reports, analyses and summaries about various aspects of LGBT life in Brighton and Hove. We have collected these publications together in our library so that you can download and use them.
You can browse the library by type of publication, or by themes/areas of interest.
Our publications are organised into different categories and are free to download. We do ask that, if you use any of this information (for example in your own work) that you ask permission to do so by emailing Dr Kath Browne (email@example.com).
The following documents provide information on Count Me In Too’s research methods – how we did the research.
- Count Me In Too’s questionnaire – CMIT_Questionnaire
- Initial findings report (with full methodology) – CMIT_Academic_Report_June07
- Summary of process – CMIT_Methodology_Process_Summary
- Flyers advertising the project – Count_Me_InToo-flyers
There are four types of findings reports for you to look at:
1) initial findings reports
These reports present general key findings from the project.
- Academic initial findings report – CMIT_Academic_Report_June07
- Community initial findings report – CMIT_InitialFindings_LGBTCommunityReport_June07
- Slide presentation of key findings – Count_Me_In_Too_presentation
2) additional findings reports
These thematic reports go into great additional detail with regard to key issues for LGBT people in Brighton, as identified by the project’s community partners.
- Domestic Violence & Abuse – CMIT_DV_Report_Dec07
- Community Safety – CMIT_Safety_Report_Feb08
- Housing – CMIT_Housing_Report_April_08
- Mental Health – CMIT_MentalHealth_Report_May08
- General Health – CMIT_GeneralHealth_Report_July08
- Bi People – CMIT_Bi_Report_Dec08
- Trans People – CMIT_Trans_Report_Dec08
- Drugs & Alcohol – CMIT_DrugAlcohol_Report_Aug09
- Older People – CMIT_OlderPeople_Feb09
3) requested reports
In addition to the themed analyses above, Count Me In Too were also asked by several community groups and agencies to to compile shorter reports. These include data from Count Me In Too’s research and references to other relevant research in the field.
- LGBT Men Selling/Exchanging Sex Report – CMIT_selling_sex_summary
- LGBT Carers Summary Findings Report – CMIT_Carers_Summary
4) community summaries
Finally, the project produced a series of short 2-page summaries of its findings, aimed at easy distribution across Brighton & Hove’s LGBT communities. You can also download a complete Community Summary pack – CMIT_Community_Summary_Resource_Pack_Nov09
- Introduction to Community Summaries – CMIT Introduction to Summaries
- Bi People – CMIT Bi People Summary
- Community Safety – CMIT Community Safety Summary
- Deaf People – CMIT Deaf People Summary
- Disabled People – CMIT Disabled People Summary
- Domestic Violence & Abuse – CMIT Domestic Violence and Abuse Summary
- Drugs & Alcohol – CMIT Domestic Violence and Abuse Summary
- General Health – CMIT Health Summary
- Housing – CMIT Housing Summary
- Mental Health – CMIT Mental Health Summary
- Trans People – CMIT Trans People Summary