Anti-Homophobic, Biphobic & Transphobic Bullying Project. Delivered by Mermaids
The Anti-Homophobic, Biphobic and Transphobic (HBT) Bullying Alliance is made up of 13 Partner organisations and is funded by the Department for Education and Government Equalities Office.
The overall purpose of the work of the Alliance is to reduce the incidence of HBT bullying in primary and secondary schools in England by supporting schools to prevent and respond to HBT bullying.
The Alliance aims to support schools to:
- prevent HBT bullying from happening in the first place
- effectively respond to HBT bullying when it does occur
- create an inclusive school environment for LGBT pupils and families
This support can take place in a number of ways from providing school staff training and a toolkit of resources, to support around creating and embedding policy and developing referral pathways.
Eligibility: Your school cannot have received recent staff training or support around tackling HBT Bullying from an organisation.
Requirements: If you are selected to receive the free support available through this programme, you will be required engage with the external evaluation process, which includes a pre- and post-support survey.
Data: We will not share, without your permission, the data you supply here with anyone other than our 13 Alliance Partners and our Funders.
Glossary of terms used for this form;
LGBT: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans
HBT: Homophobic, Biphobic and Transphobic
HBT Bullying: Bullying that is, or is deemed to be, motivated by someone's actual or perceived sexual orientation and/or gender identity.