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  • Spring Voice of Change

    You're latest Voice of Change newsletter is here!

     

    Find out about the 1.8million pound worth of grant money for new homes in Bridgend.

     

    Universal Credit is being rolled out in June, we have some tips and advice on how to manage this.

     

    New homes we're planning to build in the future and much, much, more!

     

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  • All human beings are born free and equal

    International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

    17th May 2018

     

    Today we are celebrating diversity, encouraging hate crime reporting, and show solidarity with Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trangender (LGBT) people from the 81 UN Member States that still criminalise consensual sex between same-sex adults. 

     

    461 sexual orientation hate crimes were reported in Wales during 2016-17.

     

    50% of hate crimes still go unreported.

     

    Part of the rise is due to an increased number of hate crimes around the time of the EU referendum and in the wake of terrorist attacks.

     

    It is celebrated on 17th May to mark the anniversary of the decision, in 1990, to remove homosexuality from the International Classification of Diseases published by the World Health Organisation.  Even today it is estimated that 81 UN Member States still criminalise consensual sex between same-sex adults.  Of these, seven still consider the death penalty an efficient tool in combating what they call a ‘disease.’

     

    REPORT HATE CRIME

    4 in 5 LGBT hate crimes still go unreported, but can have devastating and long-lasting effect on people and communities. Please report and seek practical and advocacy support by contacting the local police on 101 (999 in an emergency) or Victim Support (0300 3031 982  www.reporthate.victimsupport.org.uk/hate-crime/)

     

    Report LGBT hate crime! Victim Support Cymru provide emotional, practical, and advocacy support, and have excellent feedback from people they have helped. Call 24/7 on 0300 30 31 982

     

    LGBT hate crime can take the form of verbal threats, offensive graffiti, damage to property, assault, cyber bullying, or abusive texts, emails and phone calls.

     

    All LGBT hate crime reports are taken seriously by the police. Even when it doesn’t lead to an arrest, this information is still vital for planning future prevention activities.

     

    Children and young people in Wales experiencing anti-LGBT bullying can contact MEIC, a confidential, anonymous and free helpline service, available in Welsh or English, 8am to midnight, 7 days a week. MEIC can be contacted by phone, SMS text and instant messaging.

     

    This year marks 70 years since the declaration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. #CadarnDrosHawliauDynol #Standup4humanrights

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  • Delay on our grass cutting!

    We own and maintain a lot of land around our properties and have litter pickers and caretakers who help to keep these areas clean and tidy.

     

    We’re currently 6 weeks behind with the grass cutting and appreciate that these areas are looking untidy at the moment.

     

    The grass will start being cut on the 14th May and will be cut 13 times until the end of October.

     

    Due to the current length of the grass it is likely that it will take a few cuts before these areas are brought up to an acceptable level.

     

    We will be cutting the grass and blowing it off pathways to keep them clear but we don’t collect it as this is very expensive.

     

    We are sorry about this delay, if you have any concerns or are unhappy with the grass cutting in your area please contact our Customer Services Team

     

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