Welcome to Pride Without Borders (PWB) The website for the City of Sanctuary LGBT Stream of Sanctuary. The criminalisation and persecution of people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered or Intersex is happening right now in 72 countries across the world, and has led to many fleeing for their lives and seeking sanctuary , particularly from those countries which still have the death sentence, if convicted.
Our aim is to connect together groups of LGBT asylum seekers linked to City of Sanctuary for mutual, support, information sharing and campaigning for the rights of LGBT asylum seekers and refugees in the UK.
One local PWB group (from Leicester) is fundraising to attend Pride marches this year and to meet like minded people. They have told us “For those who have fled their countries of origin due to persecution because of being LGBT, this is how Freedom tastes… to be who you are: no death threats, no persecution but who you are is what matters!!”
Latest Posts from across the City of Sanctuary Network
Directory of Resources for Refugees & Migrants in Brighton & Hove
Where can I find an Arabic interpreter? How can I meet other Kurds? Where can I get legal advice? I’m…Posted by: Brighton and Hove
Wales Nation of Sanctuary Summary Report.
We are delighted to bring you the Nation of Sanctuary Event Summary on World Refugee Day.Posted by: Swansea
City of Sanctuary Charter launched at AGM
On Wednesday 5th July at the AGM, City of Sanctuary proudly launched its charter which crystallizes who and what we are, our values and principles and will guide us to reach our vision.
York - City of Human Rights, Short Film
York City of Sanctuary coordinator helped with this film about York becoming a City of Human Rights this year. Paul talks about the importance of human rights and how York has now become the very first City of Human Rights in the UK. we hope that many more follow suit.Posted by: York
Mapping Sanctuary in Edinburgh
As more refugees and asylum seekers arrive in Edinburgh, many brilliant initiatives have sprung up to provide a welcome across the city. As more groups are stepping forward to offer help and support – from providing bikes and language lessons through to advice on navigating the education and health system – the network becomes wider but more difficult to visualise.Posted by: City Template
APPG on Refugees asks "Refugees Welcome?" in new inquiry
The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Refugees has launched an inquiry into the experiences of new refugees in the UK. The…
Workshop: Meaningful Activity with People Seeking Sanctuary
Imagine you are new to Swansea, you would like to learn more about your new community but you are forbidden…Posted by: Swansea
City of Sanctuary included in The Guardian / Observer Charity Appeal
As we near the end of a year marked by the greatest refugee crisis in living memory, we’re delighted to…
Tour of Nine Lives has begun - not to be missed. "That was my story. That was exactly my story"
“Call Me Ishmael”
Birmingham to London
Hello everyone,Posted by: LGBT