Brighton is a ‘safe haven’ thanks to LGBTQ+ charities according to study

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10/16/2022

A recent study has declared Brighton as a “safe haven” and a “place to escape” thanks to the work of LGBTQ+ charities and nonprofits. LGBTQ+ mental health nonprofit MindOut worked with researchers from the University of Brighton to find the predominant reasons people move to the city in Sussex, as well as the experiences of those who have relocated. The two-year project, which was led by Dr Zoe Boden-Stuart, found that LGBTQ+ identifying people who struggle with isolation and loneliness are often drawn to Brighton thanks to the support amenities on offer.

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