Safe Schools Coalition provides three tips to make your classroom safe and inclusive for LGBTI students.
Read the latest statement from Sally Richardson, National Program Director of Safe Schools Coalition Australia.
Studies of young people show that mental health issues are not inherent to being transgender or gender diverse, says Dr Michelle Telfer, Director of the Royal Children’s Hospital Gender Service, but occur due to the isolation, rejection, stigmatisation, discrimination, harassment and abuse that many transgender and gender diverse individuals are all too familiar with.
Tasmanian Commissioner for Children joins National Children’s Commissioner in speaking out about how Safe Schools Coalition works to protect and support children.
From education and parents peaks to mental health organisations, from the youth and community sector to local government – organisations across the country are pledging to stand up against homophobia and transphobia in Australian schools. Join Us!
In an incredible display of support for the program, 362 academics representing over 40 educational institutions across the nation have written an open letter of support.
The peak national body representing the interests of the families and communities of over 2.4 million children in government schools lends its support for the program.
A mother shares how Safe Schools Coalition supported her child's journey to transition to her true gender identity while at school.
"Schools have an important responsibility to create and maintain safe and secure spaces for all students, including LGBTI young people." Read their full message here.
ASPA lends its support to Safe Schools Coalition in a powerful new message to Australian principals.
The UNESCO Asia and the Pacific Regional Bureau of Education have released an array of new resources that address homophobic and transphobic discrimination in schools.