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Youth Conference on LGBT Bullying

We will be holding a free youth conference with delegations of 1 adult and up to 4 young people from secondary schools. Both local and national data highlight that LGBT young people are particularly vulnerable to bullying yet both adults and young people feel least…

We will be holding a free youth conference with delegations of 1 adult and up to 4 young people from secondary schools. Both local and national data highlight that LGBT young people are particularly vulnerable to bullying yet both adults and young people feel least confident about tackling this type of bullying. The conference therefore aims to equip both young people and adults to prevent and tackle LGBT bullying. The conference will include a key note speech from Rebecca Stinson, head of Trans inclusion at Stonewall, the launch of Project Q film by The Warriner school students, presentations from young people in Oxfordshire schools, free resource packs, separate input for adults to support them with addressing LGBT Bullying and much more! The conference runs from 9.15 am until 4pm at Unipart Conference Centre. 

Who to contact

E-mail
anti-bullying@oxfordshire.gov.uk
Notes

How to book: E-mail anti-bullying@oxfordshire.gov.uk with the name of your school, the name of the adult accompanying your group and any dietary or access requirements. A sandwich lunch and refreshments will be provided. Spaces are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment!

Where to go

Name
Unipart Conference Centre
Address
Unipart House
Garsington Road
Cowley
Oxford
Postcode
OX4 2PG

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Friday 17th November
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Session Information
09:15 - 16:00

Other Details

Availability

Additional Information

Providing services to
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
16 + years
Young people
Adults

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