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Health and wellbeing of BME men who have sex with men: event report

This event report summarises a PHE conference on black and minority ethnic (BME) gay and bisexual men and access to appropriate health services.

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The health and wellbeing of black and minority ethnic gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men: event report 2 October 2014

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A Public Health England (PHE) conference on 2 October 2014 highlighted the fact that black and minority ethnic (BME) gay and bisexual men are likely to experience compound impacts of discrimination on the grounds of their sexual orientation and ethnicity. They may also face barriers in accessing services and support, due to racism or homophobia in the communities they live and work in.

Published 8 December 2014