Our partners have provided research, action plans, policy documents and teacher resources to encourage action against discrimination, hate crime and prejudice.
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Reclaim the Name is a campaign to unite Muslim Women and empower us to define who we are in our own terms.
This year, Ditch the Label surveyed over 9,000 young people aged 12-20 in partnership with schools and colleges from across the country. This free report has thousands of the latest bullying statistics and fully explores the real lived experiences of those who are victimised, those who perpetrate and those who witness bullying.
What can social data tell us about cyberbullying and hate speech online. What is the current climate of cyberbullying? To what extent do people experience racist, homophobic and transphobic insults online? When are people most likely to experience abuse? These are some of the questions that Ditch the Label have answered in our latest report, Cyberbullying and Hate Speech. Produced in collaboration with Brandwatch, we analysed 19 million Tweets over a 4-year period to produce this cutting edge report.
A Youth and Community Practitioner Toolkit.
This resource facilitates and exploration of LGBT and migrant equalities, and aligns with wider work aimed at challenging prejudice through an intersectional approach.
This research shines a light on the issues that young people face when it comes to appearance and provides recommendations to help create a future where everyone with a visible difference can lead the lives they want.
The Face Equality Education Pack is an interactive session plan on the topic of appearance-related bullying for teachers and youth workers to use with 6 to 10 year olds.
Action for Children co produced a Cultural Proficiency Charter Mark with young people. This guidance leaflet summarizes the steps a school can take to include and support young people from minority ethnic backgrounds.
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