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Young people launch video to combat hate crime in Hertfordshire
Young people working with YC Hertfordshire, part of Hertfordshire County Council, have launched a video to encourage the reporting of hate crime
The video was created by young people from the Who Not What group of LGBTQ young people, supported by YC Hertfordshire. It depicts a young person who is targeted because of their sexuality and, subsequently, is supported by a Hate Crime Officer to report the crime.
Daisy, a member of Who Not What said: “We made the hate crime film because it is an important issue and the actual process of reporting hate incidents is rarely addressed or talked about so it was great to be able to make something creative for an important issue.“
The video can be accessed here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQVYGX2UCo4
and there is opportunity to give your feedback after watching the film via survey monkey: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/PPDLRXY
Stonewall Education Index: winners 2016
Stonewall, Britain’s lesbian, gay, bi and trans equality charity, in 2016 named Herts for Learning and Hertfordshire County Council as the best local authority in Britain for tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying and celebrating difference in its schools. Read more on the Herts for Learning website:
Don’t miss reading Nicky Morgan’s October 2016 speech on the importance of LGBT equality.
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February LGBT History Month 2018
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LGBT History Month 2018
Stonewall resources - Are you a boy or a girl?
Stonewall have released a lesson plan based on the book ‘Are you a boy or are you a girl? By Sarah Savage and Fox Fisher.
Stonewall primary lesson plan
For secondary schools they have created an assembly which schools can use as is or adapt.
Stonewall secondary assembly