Making a Difference
Since the very beginning, Count Me In Too has been dedicated to supporting positive social change for LGBT people in Brighton and Hove, through evidence-based research.
But what does this mean?
Well, it means several things:
- the research was designed by academics and a diverse range of community members and statutory service representatives.
- the project team, action groups, analysis groups and steering groups have all included community members and other stakeholders.
- the shape and direction of the project has been guided by feedback gathered at consultation events using a range of methods.
- the future of the project continues to be shaped according to input from the LGBT community in Brighton & Hove.
Additionally it means encouraging a wide range of people to engage with the project’s findings to bring about positive changes for LGBT people living, working and socialising in Brighton and Hove.
The following pages are dedicated to reporting on how Count Me In Too helped to make a difference and to helping you and Count Me Too to continue to making a difference to LGBT lives:
- A history of engagement:on this page you can learn about the ways in which Count Me In Too worked with LGBT people, service providers and others to create this research.
- Service Response: on our service response page you can learn more about how the research carried out by Count Me In Too influenced and supported policy changes, which enhance LGBT life in Brighton & Hove.
- LGBT Research Information Desk: this was an innovative service that allowed users to access more research from Count Me In Too, as well as national and international LGBT-related research.
- Comments and Feedback: the project is now at an end but if you would like to use the research data, or would like to feedback to the project about how you've used the research please do drop us a line.