Welcome to the Count Me In Too Library
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 ( ).
The following documents provide information on Count Me In Too's research methods - how we did the research.
These documents have been split into two sections:
count me in too research
The following links take you to pages where you can download copies of our detailed analysis reports and summaries of our findings:
- Community Summaries
- Initial Findings: Community
- Initial Findings: Academic
- Slide Presentation of Key Findings
- Domestic Violence & Abuse
- Community Safety
- Mental Health
- General Health
- Deaf & Disabled LGBT People
- Bi People
- Trans People
- Drugs & Alcohol
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.
promotion & engagement
Between 2007 and 2010 Count Me In Too was involved in a variety of exhibitions, conferences and other 'engagement' activities. The following reports detail some of these activities, where the research team focussed on publicising and promoting the research findings to different audiences.
- Report on the With Us, By Us, For Us consultation event (2009)
- Report on the LGBT Research Tent at Pride (2009)
- Report on Count Me In Too's exhibition at the British Museum (2009)
- Report on the Count Me In Too exhibition at Jubilee Library (2010)
- Report on the Count Me In Too exhibition at Brighton Pride (2010)
- Report on the Transforming LGBT Lives Conference (2010)
- The Transforming LGBT Lives Conference video
- Count Me In Too's Wish Tree project (video)
- Count Me In Too's monthly column in Gscene magazine (2010)
The following links will take you to pages containing other relevant information.
Have you used any Count Me In Too publications?
Count Me In Too has been committed to supporting positive social change for LGBT people and to sharing its findings to achieve this. If you have found the research useful, if you have used the research, or if you have a comment or query regarding any of the publications, please let us know by leaving us a comment on our feedback page.