Teenage attacks on gay men

March 2010
Schools OUT Newsletter;Mar2010, Issue 1, p2
The article reports on the initiative of the Department for Children, Schools and Families (OFSTED) to minimize the homophobic and transphobic bullying incidents in various schools in Great Britain. Sue Sanders, chairperson of the agency, stated that there is a need to have an expert worker who educates the students about LGBT issues. Moreover, the government has made a certain mandatory rules in responding to the increase number of incidents.


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