‘What’s it got to do with me?’ from Stonewall gives ’10 reasons why you need to keep your local services on their toes’.
In February 2012, Ofsted published a ‘Good practice resource — A whole-school approach to tackling homophobic bullying and ingrained attitudes: Stoke Newington School and Sixth Form’.
In 2011, the EC published ‘Factors at play in the perpetration of violence against women, violence against children and sexual orientation violence. A Multi-level Interactive Model’.
Stonewall’s tools for lesbian, gay and bisexual jobseekers include Proud Employers, a job site with posts exclusively from LGB-friendly employers, and the Starting Out Careers Guide.
In 2011, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) published guidance on collecting gender identity information.
The Pocket Guide to Hate Crime, produced by the LGBT National Youth Council in 2011, has information on how to identify and deal with hate crime.
In June 2011, Galop published ‘Shining the light: 10 keys to becoming a trans positive organisation’ by Ben Gooch.
Published in 2011 by Stonewall, ‘Straight Allies. How to help create gay-friendly workplaces’ covers the critical role straight people play in creating gay-friendly workplaces.
In May 2010, the Equality Challenge Unit published updated guidance: ‘Trans staff and students in higher education’.
‘What’s it got to do with you?’ is a plain-English guide by Stonewall on why you should fill in those boxes at the end of forms.