11th November 2013
LGBT community urged to mark 10-year repeal of Section 28 by wearing pink 4
3:59 PM — To commemorate 10 years since the repeal of Section 28 in England and Wales, campaigners are asking people all over the UK to wear pink “against prejudice” on Monday 18 November.
Schools OUT: Birmingham leads the fight against homophobic bullying by focusing on primary schools 1
11:11 AM — Schools OUT, an organisation that works towards equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people in education, has revealed that the city of Birmingham currently leads the way on tackling homophobic bullying through a program that targets primary schools specifically.
8th October 2013
The nominations for PinkNews Community Group of the Year
11:41 PM — After more than a thousand people voted for the PinkNews Parliamentary Speech of the Year, it is time to vote for the PinkNews Community Group of the Year 2013.
28th June 2013
Yvette Cooper: Pride is a time for celebration and a call to action to tackle homophobia in schools 3
10:38 AM — Labour's Shadow Home Secretary and Shadow Minister for Equalities, Yvette Cooper, writes exclusively for PinkNews.co.uk about her pride that gay couples will soon be able to marry but argues that more needs to be done to tackle homophobia in schools.
26th November 2012
Gay teachers can’t come out because of ‘endless battle’ against homophobia 18
10:54 PM — Teachers in UK schools are hesitating to come out because of worries around the reaction from their pupils, as well as other faculty members, and a lack of support from school management could be part of the problem.
12th March 2012
Current guidance ‘could let schools promote bigotry’ 4
2:46 PM — Classroom equality campaigners Schools Out have said today that the state of current rules on anti-gay materials means schools may be given "a licence to promote bigotry".
10th February 2012
Report: The Schools OUT conference 2012 (part one)
1:52 PM — The first in a two-part report of the 2012 Schools OUT conference, Educating OUT Prejudice through the LGBT Lens.