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We are a youth-led regional group that is part of the Queer Youth Network, a national organisation by by and for LGBTQ Young People.

Find out who we are, what we do how you can get involved at one of our regular monthly meetings. March with us in your local Pride parade, join us for an LGBT Youth picnic or local gathering. Regular events also take place in other cities including Manchester, Birmingham, Nottingham, Glasgow, Plymouth, Cardiff, Leeds, Newcastle and Liverpool.

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We are a national youth-focused organsation that supports the overall well-being of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Transsexual, Intersex, Questioning, Curious, Asexual, Pansexual or Queer and /or people who are potentially socially marginalised as a result of their identity, as well as those who advocate on their behalf by:

-Creating effective opportunities for our voices to be heard.

-Advocating safe, inclusive, peer-led, queer-positive spaces.

-Developing innovative projects, initiatives and resources.

Our Region covers the South East of England including the London area. Between Reading in the West to Ramsgate on the East Cost, from Bedford in the North to Brighton in the South.

QY London History: We were founded by a collection of local gay youth groups that came together to form a regional network supporting the needs of local LGBT young people. Queer Youth London and South East was originally 2 local groups: - Queer Youth Sussex (which met in Brighton) and Queer Youth London which merged to form one big super-regional group.

We meet once a month in London and are gradually expanding to ensure several meets a year in Hertfordshire as of 2011.

For more information, please contact Hollie Brock or Joe Scott at