Here are some of Schools OUT Supporters
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We are very grateful to be the pro bono clients of Simmons & Simmons who are supporting us around all our legal needs.
The Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) was founded by NSPCC and National Children’s Bureau in 2002. It is hosted and supported by NCB. The Alliance brings together 65 organisations into one network with the aim of reducing bullying and creating safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn.
The Children Are Unbeatable! Alliance campaigns for the UK to satisfy human rights obligations by modernising the law on assault to afford children the same protection as adults.
The CAMPAIGN FOR HOMOSEXUAL EQUALITY is a voluntary organisation which is working to change the attitudes and laws that make life difficult for homosexual and bisexual people in England and Wales.
Harvey and Our Vision
Harvey Milk’s dream for a better tomorrow filled with the hope for equality and a world without hate guides the Foundation. Harvey Milk’s ground breaking election in 1977 as one of the world’s first openly gay elected officials-and its most visible one- symbolized the freedom to live life with authenticity to millions of LGBT women and men around the world.
Harvey served less than a year in public office before his brutal assassination but his life profoundly changed a city, state, nation and a global community. His courage, passion and sense of justice rocked a country and stirred the very core of a put down and pushed out community, bringing forward new hope and a new vision of freedom.
Rural Media’s Sticks and Stones Project – a place where young LGB people can chat with others about how best to deal with anti-gay attitudes and homophobic bullying. It’s a great opportunity to meet lots of other people, via the forum or in the making of a series of 4 short films about life as a young gay, lesbian or bisexual person in rural areas.
The University Bedfordshire School of Art and Design, London
London Probation works with offenders to protect the public and reduce re-offending in London.Our five key aims are:
- Protection of the public
- Reduction of re-offending
- Proper punishment of offenders
- Rehabilitation of offenders
- Proper care of victims
Gay.Com’s KICK HOMOPHOBIA OUT OF FOOTBALL Campaign
School Zone – Educational Intelligence
The aim of Education for All is to ensure that all young lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people can fulfil their potential, and that the UK’s schools and education systems can deal appropriately with homophobia and homophobic bullying. We are working with a broad-based coalition of organisations, including government departments, local authorities, unions, voluntary and community organisations, children and LGB groups to develop and implement a Great Britain-wide action plan to address this problem.