EACH is the multi award-winning charity which works to affirm the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people and reduce discrimination experienced because of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Their current services include:

  • Providing training and consultancy to help national or regional agencies better understand legislation and the law regarding sexual orientation and gender identity matters and effect change at both a strategic and practical level
  • Inspiring Equality in Education: a Department for Education supported, PSHE Association “Quality Assured” School Resource and training package empowering staff to implement a whole-school approach to challenging homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying
  • Providing a freephone Actionline (0808 1000 143) for children and young people to seek support or signposting following homophobic, biphobic or transphobic bullying or harassment

CPD activities

Training and consultancy on the following topics

  • Whole-school approaches to supporting gay or gender questioning pupils
  • Challenging homophobic, biphobic or transphobic school or college bullying
  • Rights and Responsibilities: making your workplace inclusive for gay or trans employees
  • Male Rape and Sexual Assault: Exploring the facts - Exploding the myths (by a National Crime Agency Expert Adviser)

Who should attend?

  • Teachers and other staff from schools, academies, universities, colleges or Pupil Referral Units
  • Local government, housing, library and social services and religious organisations
  • Managers from the Criminal Justice System (police, prison service, magistrates, Crown Prosecution Service, Youth Offending) and wraparound agencies e.g. Rape Crisis Centres

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