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The Outside Project

THE OUTSIDE PROJECTThe Outside Project is a homeless/ crisis shelter and community centre in response to those within the LGBTIQ+ community who feel endangered, who are homeless, ‘hidden’ homeless and feel that they are on the outside of services due to historical and present prejudice in society and in their homes. The project is comprised of LGBTIQ+ colleagues, friends and activists who work in the homeless sector and have lived experiences of homelessness and the unique, complex issues the community faces.

The LGBTIQ+ Centre is The Outside Project main HQ. We hold open and private meetings, groups and activities. It is home to multiple LGBTIQ+ and Homelessness grassroots groups that we work alongside or support to develop on a ‘PWYC’ basis. Please see the noticeboard for upcoming events and timetable below on regular weekly groups.

The Outside Project
Unit 1, 52 Lant Street, London SE1 1RB | Map
The Outside Project
The Outside Project

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This link takes you to the Stonewall Housing website with whom the Outside Project work closely.

Everything you need to know about the new London LGBTQ+ Community Centre | Time Out | 13 Jan 2022
'LGBT shelter means I can be myself' | BBC News | 2 May 2019
Sadiq Khan gives UK’s first LGBTIQ shelter a new home in a fire station | The Big Issue | 3 May 2019
The UK is set to gets its first permanent LGBT homeless shelter | Pink News | 6 Jul 2018

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