Steps schools and local authorities should take to be LGBT inclusive

Mo Wiltshire, director of education and youth, Stonewall
Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Stonewall’s recent Shut Out report highlighted what life is like for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people who are not in education, training or work.

Young people said that once they had been shut out of education, work or training, re-entering became more difficult. Picture: Adobe Stock
Young people said that once they had been shut out of education, work or training, re-entering became more difficult. Picture: Adobe Stock

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