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Anti-bullying

Guest post: How LGBT Consortium is tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying

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This Anti-Bullying Week, we're highlighting the great work of charities around the UK who are tackling bullying. In this post, we hear from Jess MacIntyre at LGBT Consortium, who are leading 12 organisations to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools.

Guest post: How ‘All Together’ is reducing bullying of the most vulnerable groups

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The All Together logo

This Anti-Bullying Week, we're highlighting the great work of charities around the UK who are tackling bullying. In this post, Senior Programmes Lead at the Anti-Bullying Alliance, Nicola Murray, talks about the All Together project.

Guest post: How Anne Frank Trust is helping pupils be Free To Be

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The Anti Bullying Week logo and slogan for this year: All Different, All Equal

This Anti-Bullying Week, we're highlighting the great work of charities around the UK who are tackling bullying. In this post, Heather Boyce, Head of Education Development at the Anne Frank Trust talks about the work of the Free to Be project.

Guest post: How Stonewall is supporting schools with faith values to support LGBT pupils

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A photograph of Stonewall's gudiance documents

This Anti-Bullying Week, we're highlighting the great work of charities around the UK who are tackling bullying. In this post, Sidonie Bertrand-Shelton, Programmes Manager at Stonewall, shares some information about their work with schools with a religious character.

Guest Post: The Rainbow Flag Award and reducing homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools

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This Anti-Bullying Week, we're highlighting the great work of charities around the UK who are tackling bullying. In this post, project coordinator of the Rainbow Flag Award, Rachel Williams, talks about their project and free resources available to schools.