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Kaleidoscope Trust, the leading UK charity advocating for the human rights of LGBTQ people globally, has appointed Phyll Opoku-Gyimah as executive director, effective 5 August, 2019. She replaces outgoing executive director Paul Dillane. Widely known as Lady Phyll – partly due to her decision to reject an MBE to protest...

26 April 2019 - When growing up, many queer people report a lack of positive role models to look up to, limited diverse representation in society and silence around the lived experiences and identities of LGBTI+ people. At Kaleidoscope Trust, we value the opportunity to highlight pioneering role models on...

In response to the serious deterioration in the human rights situation in Brunei, Kaleidoscope Trust joins 50 partner organisations across 45 countries in condemning the recent and final implementation of the Brunei Darussalam Syariah Penal Code , which entered into force on 3 April, via a collective statement of concern...

The Secretary of State for International Development Penny Mordaunt MP has announced that a consortium of leading organisations will receive £12 million to promote LGBT+ inclusion in five African cities. Kaleidoscope Trust joins Hivos and six other organisations to address the challenges facing LGBT+ communities, promote LGBT+ inclusion in society...

Kaleidoscope Trust Executive Director, Paul Dillane, has announced that he will be leaving the charity in June 2019. Announcing his decision, Paul said: ‘After 16 years in the human rights and LGBT+ movement, I have decided to change gear and refocus my time and energies. In June, I will step...

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