Archive | Bullying in Schools

‘Don’t be a bystander’ this Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week takes place between 17 and 21 November NoBystanders asks individuals and organisations to help eradicate bullying People urged to tweet their support using #NoBystanders Stonewall, working with celebrities, workplaces and schools, is calling on individuals and organisations to tackle abusive language this Anti-Bullying Week by supporting the NoBystanders campaign. The campaign has already […]

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Rugby great Gareth Thomas marks Anti-Bullying Week (Nov 17-21) with school visit

‘Schools are doing a fantastic job in developing their pupils’ resilience to bullying. I’m there to support their work and ensure that not a single child’s school days are blighted by bullying, as mine were’ Anti-bullying champion Gareth Thomas, the 100-times capped former Wales skipper, now leads Prospero Teaching’s Balls to Bullying campaign. He visits schools nationwide to […]

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DfE tweet causes confusion and debate over LGBT issues in schools

The Department for Education (DfE) have fallen foul of a very modern curse – the misunderstood tweet! The department tweeted that it was ‘nonsense to say that schools must teach gay rights’. The tweet gathered an instant virtual riot against it, stating that the DfE were showing complete disregard for the importance of teaching LGBT […]

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Anti-bullying Week 2013

This Anti-Bullying Week we call on children and young people to take the lead on creating a future without bullying – using new technologies to promote positive communication rather than being held back by cyberbullying #ABW2013.  If you are a school, college or education provider and you want to receive regular updates on the week, sign up to […]

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Stonewall launches campaign to eradicate workplace homophobia ‘once and for all’

Stonewall has launched a national campaign to tackle endemic levels of homophobia in Britain’s workplaces. Featuring two people at work, the campaign states clearly that: ‘One is gay. If that bothers people, our work continues’. The campaign comes in response to YouGov polling which shows that in the last five years 2.4m people of working […]

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Bournemouth in top ten of Stonewall’s Education Equality Index for the first time

Bournemouth Borough Council has been ranked 9th in Stonewall’s 2013 Education Equality Index for preventing and tackling homophobic bullying in schools. The Council’s performance was measured by the assessment of three areas; the role of the local authority, working with schools and working with the local community. Their performance was compared to the other 41 […]

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Hampshire Constabulary LAGLOs supports national ‘It Gets Better’ police film

Two Hampshire Constabulary police officers joined lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender colleagues from across the country in a video for the ‘It Gets Better’ campaign. The film was released by the Association of Chief Police Officers and The College of Policing to mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia on May 17. It features the […]

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Bletchley Park Goes Rainbow

  Sir John Dermot Turing spoke movingly of his uncle’s arrest – on the day of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation – and subsequent appalling treatment at the hands of the legal system in the 1950s in a speech that rounded off a fantastic array of events and speeches at the Pre-Launch of LGBT History Month […]

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Get involved in Anti-Bullying Week with Stonewall

  “There are lots of ways for you to get involved and below are some ideas. But feel free to think of your own – we’d love to hear about them and support you in any way we can. Click here to download our Supporters’ Fundraising Pack. Do your homework! Take part in our campaign urging schools to […]

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Introducing Project Solace

“Project Solace recognised the need for prevention work with young people in our area after two particular ASB Cases were referred to us by the community. One involved children causing ASB in an alleyway where elderly people lived, another in a new play park where bullying and fighting was witnessed by parents between other children […]

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Trade Unions to lead Birmingham Pride Parade

The 2015 Birmingham Pride Parade will be led by the original members of Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners (LGSM), […]

Facebook launches ‘I’m a Voter’ button ahead of Ireland’s Same-Sex Marriage Referendum

Ahead of Ireland’s Same-Sex Marriage Referendum on Friday, Facebook today announces that the ‘I’m a Voter’ button will appear in […]

The Open University recognised for its ‘outstanding’ impact on diversity

The Open University has received two Excellence in Diversity Awards (EiDA) 2015 – Diverse Education Company and Diversity Champion for […]

Marking IDAHOT at the National Assembly for Wales

By Presiding Officer, Dame Rosemary Butler AM The National Assembly for Wales is the democratically elected body that represents the […]

Victim Support – proudly supporting IDAHOT

Victim Support is one of the many businesses across the country that are proud to mark IDAHOT. The charity also […]

Dekmantel Festival 2015 Announces Night Program

DJ Harvey, Derrick May, Omar S, Surgeon, and Dopplereffekt are amongst the names released for the night program of the […]