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Past events of 2011

Details of Schools Out Conference 2011.

Details of the Northern Launch of LGBT History Month 2011

National Anti-Bullying Conference, Monday 14th November 2011

Date: Monday 14th November 2011 (National Anti-Bullying Week).

This event is an excellent opportunity to share some of the good practice that is taking place in the ambassador schools (or new schools/academies interested in joining), showcasing this to a large audience from across the UK as well as providing new ideas and inspiration. In the first half of the day, young people will have the opportunity to participate in creative workshops to explore the issue of bullying through: dance, art, music, drama, fun & games and poetry.

In the second half of the day, we will showcase some of the achievements of the earlier workshops. A networking session will allow all schools to speak to each other about what anti-bullying work they carry out and gain valuable ideas and insight. Then a special panel will answer questions on the subject of bullying. After that an Anti-bullying ‘Dragon’s Den’ will see young ambassadors pitch their innovative ideas to tackle bullying to a select group, prizes will go to the best ideas. Plus lots more!

Venue: Britannia Hotels, The International Hotel, 163 Marsh Wall, Canary Wharf, London E14 9SJ
Closest transport: Canary Wharf underground or DLR station
Time: 9.30-3.30pm

Please find attached our risk assessment, the programme and a booking form.  Please note the venue has public  liability insurance.



Pride after Prejudice

A free one-off event giving you the chance to listen to four innovative and provocative speakers addressing the major issues affecting today's LGBT youth. Our panel includes Prof. Ian Rivers (Brunel University), Dr. Katherine Johnson (Brighton & Sussex Sexualities Network) and Andy Higgins (PACE) who will be giving presentations on issues ranging from school bullying and discrimination to mental health and well-being. You'll also be able to challenge the panel during an hour-long debate, and we hope that academics, researchers and other audience members will add to the discussion by sharing their professional experience and real-life examples.

The event will take place from 6.30 - 8.30pm, 31 October in Bristol's Watershed, and you can find full details (including how to reserve your free place) on our website:


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Lysistrata - Kidbrooke School Production at Riverside Studios


5-9th July 2011
Matinees and evening performances

Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London

Athens is at war. The men are fighting or dead. Humanity is suffering. One woman is sick of it. Taking matters into her own hands, Lysistrata calls the women of all the warring factions to gather in the city with one mission - to bring about peace. The men however, resist this idea. The battle lines are drawn.

Details and booking on Riverside Studios website

By Aristophanes; Adapatation by Laurence Housman; Directed by Lucy Cuthbertson; Lighting design by Natasha Chivers



Ten years after 9/11 - what's your school doing?

Thursday 7th July 2011
9:30 am - 4:30 pm

How do you deal with it when a pupil asks you a personal question, or challenges your beliefs? Why are they asking? And how do you help your pupils find reliable media sources to inform their understanding of current affairs?

This CPD event takes a cross-curricular approach, working with teachers of PSHE, RE and/or Citizenship.

Details and booking


Brief Encounters - Theatre in Education workshop

A PSHE focused Theatre In Education package aimed at Key Stage 4 and 5 students.image of red y-fronts

Brief Encounters follows Sophie through one of the most difficult periods of her life so far. She’s 18, just about to make that big transition form school to university and is struggling to get her head around all the changes that will entail. But Sophie quickly discovers that her preoccupation with her own worries have prevented her from seeing that those closest to her are struggling to come to terms with the changes in their lives too…

The play is a thought-provoking, educative piece of drama performed and written by young members of the LGBTQ community. Exploring the themes of gender identity and sexual orientation, Brief Encounters serves as a springboard into a practical drama-based workshop for students that offers them the chance to question and understand these sensitive and important issues.

The workshop is led by experienced practitioners who create a friendly and safe environment in which students broaden their awareness of how gender definition affects them and acknowledge the existence of homophobia and transphobia within schools and wider society.

See Gendered Intelligence website.
Or contact Lorna McGinty at



Pride Youth Games 2011

Fun sports day, relay race, archery, mountain biking orienteering, bell boat race, picnic, barbeque, prizes. And much fun! All free of charge. Contact for a booking form.

Saturday 4th June: Trafford Water Park, Sale.
LGBT Youth Triathlon includes Mountain Biking, Archery, Orienteering and BarBQue.
11.00-4.30 p.m.

Sunday 5th June: Alexander Park Manchester M16.
Includes relay race, fun sports day activities, picnic. 12.00-4.00 p.m.

Sunday 12th June: Salford Water Sports Centre includes Bell boat race and picnic with quizzes. 12.00-3.00 p.m.

Equality4U - British Youth Council in partnership with NUS

Wednesday 23rd February – Central London

This is a one day event for young people, under 25, to explore the history of human rights campaigns, what is happening now and how they can get involved.

The event consists of interactive workshops, plenary sessions and a lively panel discussion with guest speakers. It’s also a chance to contribute directly to policy of the British Youth Council.

Register at Equality4U on Eventbrite
Choose your ticket based on your campaign interest – LGBT, Women, BME or Disability

For more information about the British Youth Council and their work:

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