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Sue Sanders as 'Suffragette' History Museum
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Equality site excludes LGBT Community
Utah Exhibition Reveals State Literary 'Uconoclasts'
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Ed Balls: We've got much more to do - discrimination and prejudice are still prevalent in the playground
To mark Pride London, Ed Balls, the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families, has written an article on LabourList.org highlighting the work done so far and what still needs to be done to fight prejudice in schools.
You can read the article and join in the debate it raised (in the comments) here.
Homophobic Abuse at Goldsmiths College
Fast Forward Film Competition 2009
Teachers Lack Training to Tackle Homophobic Bullying
Homophobia: Why Teachers are Afraid to Step In
Homophobia 'More Common than Racism' Report
Parents Face Prosecution over School Gay Week Protest
The Big Question: Is Al Murray's Gay Nazi Homophobic?
Who Do You Think You Are? The Rights of Transgendered Children
Children Say Welsh Schools Are Not Safe for Out Gay People
Court rules Spanish children cannot opt out of gay rights class
GLBT Writing Contest - Earn $25-$1000
LGBT youth of the world unite! New activist site launched
13-year-old boy among eleven charged with homophobic abuse at football match
Why John Betjeman is a true gay icon
Schools OUT and LGBT History Month Co-Founder Paul Patrick
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Schools Out conference a great success (February 2010)
Schools Out co-chair honoured with community award (July 2009)
Gay Teacher Wins Apology and Compensation for Homophobia (February 2008)
Schools OUT Conference will Launch LGBT History Month and Student Tool Kit