Not one of these is clearly a religious organisation: not one is named after a saint, for example, or has 'Christian' in its name. Given the fact that 70% of the UK population identifies itself as Christian, and the record of Christians working for human rights (I mean, Christians invented human rights for heaven's sake: the terminology and the practice), this is pretty astounding. The groups we do see include a large number which have publicly vowed to destroy Christianity: not only the BHA but several branches of Stonewall, the extremist gay-rights organisatioin, which never misses a chance to pillory Christian leaders for their supposed 'homophobia'. In addition there are rows of gay and lesbian groups, and groups supporting the 'transgendered' agenda.
We know what these groups want: a revolution in attitudes to sexuality which overthrows traditional values. This has got nothing to do with either equality or human rights.
Neil Addison of ReligionLaw comments:
"Funding has been awarded for three priority areas: promoting good relations, promoting equality and human rights and supporting the development of legal casework."
Or the gay groups either: they seem most intent on stirring up hatred. For example see this on Stonewall's 'bigot of the year' awards.