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Topics discussed include: a request for help from Borders Gay Group regarding the establishment of a helpline; an update on AIDS related work; advertising; attending a talk at Christ Church Youth Fellowship; training; and a proposal for extension of Switchboard's hours.
Topics discussed include: an update on AIDS including reports on meetings and notes on future meetings; advertising; training; and the Borders Gay Group's helpline.
Topics discussed include: the Edinburgh Gay Switchboard's 1987 Annual General Meeting (AGM); the Regional Social Work Department's grant; an update on AIDS; and a training update including a talk on incest.
Topics discussed include: Scottish AIDS Monitor (SAM) moving premises; an update on training; late night Saturday sessions; young people; and Christmas social events.
Topics discussed include: the Lothian Marriage Guidance sexual abuse workshop; the Scottish Association of Counselling's Introduction to Counselling conference; training updates; extended Edinburgh Gay Switchboard (EGS) operating hours in conjunction with Radio Forth's 'Open Line'; the Local Government Bill; a demonstration against Clause 28 (also knows as Section 28); a UK AIDS vigil; and the Scottish Parents Enquiry.
Topics discussed include: feedback on the National Friend Conference in Durham; British Telecom's rejection of Edinburgh Gay Switchboard's (EGS) request to be listed in the Edinburgh Directory; collection cans; contracts for team members; a training update; and the Social Work Department grant for 1988-1989.
Topics discussed include: a training update; the team conference; the Joint Switchboard Conference in Dunblane; and a support group to discuss calls.
A training update is provided with ideas for future sessions discussed including calls relating to masturbation, marriage and relationships, male rape, sexual violence and insurance with regards to AIDS. Also discussed is support groups, new log sheets, Gay Men's weekend in Dunblane, and University of Edinburgh Nightline.
Topics discussed include: potential purchase of a word processor; furniture; rent; the Social Work Department grant; the University of Edinburgh Nightline; a training weekend focusing on gay relationships; relationships within the team and relationships between the team and other agencies; painting of the telephone room; young people project; job allocation; and the cost of producing a banner.