This section contains further useful tools and resources that do not fit into the main menu categories. This section of the site is periodically updated with new material.
OTHER WEBSITES UPDATED 23/07/2010
Our newly researched, comprehensive links section has links under a wide range of categories:
Click One of the Links Below For Further Tools
Equality and Human Rights
Equality & Human Rights Commision, Equally Different NEW APRIL 2008
Equally Different is a collection of stories from people of all ages and social backgrounds explaining what makes them different and how it has affected their lives. Includes the link to the Commission's YouTube Channel
Equality & Human Rights Group, Department of Health
An introduction to working with Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual people (pdf Doc.)
An introduction to working with Transgender people (pdf doc.)
A guide for young trans people in the UK (pdf doc.)
A guide for Transsexual, Transgender people and their loved ones (pdf doc.)
Stop Hate Now - A surrey campaign site to help the gay community with information, news, support and ways of reporting including third party. We believe there are many reasons why reporting is so low in Surrey and we can all do our bit to help raise the profile of hate crime and ways we can all report it. We understand that while confidence is low its time we speak out and tell the authorities about the issues surrounding our everyday lives
Current Campaigns: Educate Dont Segregate, Walk to StopHate 26th August 2007
StopHate Website available here
Equality: LGB and Trans people - The Intercom Trust, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans People and Communities in the South West Peninsula
In the last hundred years and more there has been so much discrimination, of so many different kinds, against LGB and Trans people---and there's been so much reform in the last six years, not all of it fully or accurately reported---that it's very understandable that many of us a bit perplexed about where we really stand. This page tries to give us a bird's-eye view of the facts about our current situation.
For more information,visit the Intercom Trust's website by clicking the More button
WOMANKIND Sexual Bullying in UK Schools
The sexual bullying campaign is part of the WOMANKIND 'Challenging Violence, Changing Lives' programme. We work with young people and teachers to identify sexual bullying in the school environment, define it in the school policies, raise awareness across the school and work on preventative strategies to stop it. We are developing whole-school strategies and resources to stop it. We believe that if schools do not challenge sexual bullying, they are acting as a training ground for violence against women later in life.
For more information,visit the WOMANKIND's website by clicking the More button
CyberMentors is the first online peer mentoring support network site that has helped over 1.5 million young people. CyberMentors runs 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The site uses social networking technology with a therapeutic framework, meaning CyberMentors is a fun, accessible and very safe place for young people to reach out for support. We need your help to help hundreds of thousands of people affected by bullying and discrimination.
From the comfort of your own PC and at a time that suits you, you can help young people who are affected by bullying through mentoring, supporting and being available to chat to live on the internet. The site is fully supported by a team of qualified Counsellors, and moderated by sophisticated net moderation software.
We are looking to increase our army of Volunteers, with a specific focus on supporting young people who come to the site with concerns about their sexuality, or the sexuality of people close to them. The training focuses around stereotyping, media representation, homophobic bullying and practical mentoring scenarios, alongside discussions about what other issues come to the site for support.
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