John Vincent’s book is a useful and pretty comprehensive look at what happed in the UK in both the law and culture on LGBT people and issues since 1950.
Ruth Simister, Masters Student in the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology is currently conducting research about the workplace experiences of gay, bisexual, trans and queer men in the teaching profession for a Masters Degree project.
This document has been archived. There has been growing concern in recent years about bullying in general, and homophobic bullying in particular, and the effect these forms of discrimination have on the academic, emotional and physical well-being of children and young people at school. The review is quick to point out that teachers can also suffer from homophobia, with possible detrimental results to their careers. This review aims to answer the following main questions: what’s the extent and impact of …
The Great Big Book of Families is a brilliantly inclusive book that shows real families in an honest light. Each double page spread explores diverse family set ups and looks at different family experiences of subjects like jobs, school, holidays, pets, food and clothes. It has been bought by the Brazilian govenrment to be distributed in all thier primary schools. 91,000 copies!
2013 is the 25th anniversary of the arrival of the reviled censorship law Section 28, and the 10th anniversary of its repeal. As part of our commemorations we have created a bank of resources covering the 15 year period that Section 28 was in place.
New Good practice guidelines for the assessment and treatment of adults with gender dysphoria, published by The Royal College of Psychiatrists, are now available from the NHS
As part of her website, Mandy barrow has included a calendar section, listing various noteable dates throughout the year – including LGBT History Month and World AIDS Day.
Exploring the school’s actions to prevent and tackle homophobic and transphobic bullying: Briefing for section 5 inspection
The Rose Company was established in 2013 out of the love of classic and historical performance texts and a belief in gender justice. This first production represents their commitment to bringing historical texts to contemporary life.
Ditch The Label (DTL) recently posted their Cyberbullying Survey for 2013. It is currently is the largest of its kind; sampling 10,008 young people.