Shaun Dellenty's Inclusion For All

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For nearly ten years ex school leader and celebrated homophobia survivor @ShaunDellenty has provided inspirational, multi-award-winning training, workshops and assemblies for educational organisations to help them be pro-active in positively preventing bullying and negative language related to identity, especially LGBT+ identity. Shaun's 'Inclusion For All' approach empowers education contexts to undertake a jounrey of sustainable and orgnanisational change. Shaun has trained nearly thirty thousand education professionals in the U.K. alone. 

Clients include Amnesty, Kidscape, Show Racism The Red Card, NAHT, Stonewall, Teach First, UK Government, NSPCC, Church of England,  

Shaun works with teacher training providers, universities, hate-crime and police groups, anti-bullying organisations, Amnesty International and many more.

He also delivers lectures and presentations in non-educational contexts such as NHS, police and health and faith organisations and has advised on policy at Westminster. Shaun increasingly works overseas. 

Shaun's work in schools is recommended by the Church of England and working with faith schools and groups is a particular focus. Inclusion For All was awarded the Southwark Good Practice Award in 2013 and founder Shaun Dellenty was voted one of the 100 most influential LGBT figures in the country by readers of the Independent on Sunday in 2012 and 2013 in addition to being Highly Commended at the Excellence In Diversity Awards in 2015 and shortlisted for the Excellence In Diversity Awards 2016. Shaun's work has appeared on national television and in the press and has also been delivered in Europe. Shaun was Education Champion 2016 at Excellence In Diversity Awards and designated as a Point of Light by Prime Minister David Cameron in May 2016 at an LGBT+ reception at Downing Street. Shaun was also given the Mayor's Highest Civic Honour at 10 Downing Street in May 2016. In 2018 Shaun was shortlisted positive LGBT Role Model at the National Diversity Awards. 

Shaun is currently supporting the entire Isle of Man education communtity to become LGBT+ inclusive. 

Shaun also featured on BBC TV's Our School delivering LGBT+ inclusion assemblies in schools. Shaun's first book for Bloomsbury Education 'Celebrating Difference- A Whole School Approach to Positive LGBT+ Inclusion' is due to be published in June 2019. 

The object of Inclusion For All is to carry on activities which benefit the community and raise awareness and provide training for community members and those engaged in education, hate-crime and youth services to prevent bullying and prejudice related to sexual orientation, gender identity and other identity or heritage based bullying. To promote equality and diversity for the public benefit and in particular the elimination of discrimination in relation to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) people, particularly (but not exclusively) by advancing education of the public and with regard to all aspects of discrimination in relation to LGBT+people, including raising awareness of the extent and impact of hate crime relating to LGBT people. Associating with voluntary organisations, governmental, public and private bodies to develop and maximise the effectiveness of voluntary organisations run by and for LGBT+ people.

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