Stonewall

Stonewall was founded in 1989 in response to Section 28, which was overturned in England and Wales in 2003, the same year that Stonewall became a registered charity.

Stonewall works with thousands of schools, colleges and settings to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying and to create LGBT inclusive spaces, so that all children and young people can thrive. This is through membership programmes, awards, training for staff and best practice resources and research.

 

Research
Shut Out: the experiences of LGBT young people not in education, training or work (2020)

Stonewall School Report (2017)

 

Resources
Best practice toolkits and resources for LGBT inclusion in schools, colleges and settings

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