This project was developed from exploratory discussions in 2011 between Disability Action and The Rainbow Project and the recognition by both organisations that very little was known about people with disabilities who identified as lesbian, gay or bisexual and/or transgender (LGB&T) in Northern Ireland.

The purpose of this research was to explore the everyday experiences of this group, to offer practical information and suggest best practice to groups and organisations engaging with them, to raise awareness of the issues involved, highlight areas for further work and to explore aspects of this complex multiple identity. Equally important was the need to offer people with disabilities who identified as LGB and/or T a platform through which to have their voices heard by all of us.

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