These films and the accompanying lessons challenge homophobia and transphobia by challenging the stereotypes that lead to prejudice and discrimination. The project was developed in the Basque Country, the UK, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy and Bulgaria.
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Jewish LGBT-rights group Keshet UK have made a considerable symbolic move by having the “Some people are gay. Get over it” campaign poster translated into Hebrew and hung at a Jewish school in London. Continue reading
In a significant move towards gender equality and countering recent accusations of sexism, high street store Boots is to no longer categorise toys for boys or girls. Continue reading
82.6% of Birmingham students understand that the word ‘gay’ used in the wrong context is offensive Continue reading
The Equality Act 2010 also introduced the Public Duty which applies to all schools state, academies and independent.
It is an exciting constructive piece of legislation which requires us all not only to stop discrimination when it occurs but educate OUT prejudice
VIDEO AND POWERPOINT RESOURCE…Sue Sanders succinctly and movingly describes the evolution of Schools Out, and why the work it does is still needed as much in 2013 as it was In 1974 Continue reading
To link in with Harvey Milk Day, a colourful book on the life of Harvey is available as a primary resource. Continue reading
UNESCO’s Booklet “Good Policy and Practice in HIV and Health Education” is available again in time for IDAHO 2013 Continue reading
Here’s a date for your diaries, all nice and early…. Continue reading
Don’t forget to put in your diaries that May 17th is IDAHO Day – International Day Against Homophobia and transphobia. Continue reading