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Being ‘orientated differently’ is not a crime and is ‘normal’

The government have launched their £2m fund to tackle homophobic, biphobic & transphobic bullying in schools.  It intends to share the lessons learned from these projects more widely with schools, so that they have the knowledge & tools to tackle this issue more effectively.

In addition, the Government has launched a new Stop Online Abuse website to help people take action against offensive, damaging or threatening content in all forms of media, particularly online.  The website provides practical advice for women & LGB&T people on how to recognise abuse, steps to take to report it and how to get offensive content removed.

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DfE:  Celebrating Pride in London

NHS England:  NHS drive for action to tackle trans inequalities

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