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The London HBT Working Group is a collaborative of local community-based agencies, major institutions and businesses, and community members whose aim is to bring attention to and address Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia in London, Ontario. Learn more about who we are.
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The London police chief announced statistics showing the decline of homophobic hate crimes at a news conference Thursday, the International Day Against Homophobia. From 2008-11, incidents of hate crimes overall declined to 25 from 44. Hate crimes against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and two-spirited community declined to four from 13. Police credit the decrease […]
There’s a new tool in the fight against hate crimes in London. On May 17, the UN’s International Day Against Homophobia, the Homophobia/Biphobia/Transphobia (HBT)Working Group provided media with a sneak-peek of their new website. The announcement was made during a press conference at the London Police Service headquarters on Dundas Street. “Essentially this will be […]