In July 2018, the Government published the LGBT Action Plan. The four-year plan contained more than 75 commitments aimed at improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
This report (pdf) explains the Government’s progress in delivering the LGBT Action Plan since it was published.
The report finds:
- More than one-third of the commitments made in the Action Plan have been delivered, and a similar number of commitments are currently in progress
- The have now appointed the UK’s first National LGBT Health Adviser, changed the law to make it easier to access surrogacy as an LGBT person, and more than doubled the number of places available on the PrEP Impact Trial
- They have also completed their reforms of Relationships Education and Relationships and Sex Education, making them inclusive for all children whatever their developing sexual orientation or gender identity.