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Pride In Education 3 Recap
The Pride in Education Conference aims to be a one stop shop for practical tips and resources for everyone interested in being more inclusive of diverse sexual orientation, gender identities and expressions in education.
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June 2021 Contributors
Laila El-Metoui - Founder of Pride in Education
Prof. Sue Sanders
Professor Sue Sanders is Chair of Schools OUT UK a charity that has for over 45 years A CHARITY worked to make LGBTQ+ people in all of their diversity visible and proud. Co-Founder of LGBT+ History Month UK and the Classroom
Kryss Shane, MS, MSW, LSW, LMSW (she/her) is the author of "The Educator's Guide to LGBT+ Inclusion" and "Creating an LGBT+ Inclusive Workplace: The Practical Resource Guide for Business Leaders." She has been called The Leading LGBT+ Expert in the US by many national and international publications. Find out more at ThisIsKryss.com
Dr Alys Einion Waller
Dylan Calder is Executive & Creative Director of Pop Up Projects, a non-profit with a mission to transform lives through literature. For ten years Pop Up has been bringing literature to life for over 120,000 children, young people and families in schools, universities, communities and public spaces. Their 10 Stories to Make a Difference collection - 10 illustrated books for young readers exploring the theme of 'difference' - feature a diverse cast of characters of colour, who are LGBTQ+, and wit
David Nnanna Ikpo
Angelos Bollas, doctoral scholar in Sexuality Studies at Dublin City University and freelance ELT consultant and teacher trainer
Aimée Taylor (she/her) London Metropolitan Archives @aimeemtaylor Aimée is the Learning and Engagement Manager at London Metropolitan Archives and has overall responsibility for the delivery of a wide ranging Learning progammes across diverse audiences. Aimée has worked in heritage learning since 2008 and holds an MA in Museum Education from Birkbeck. She has delivered successful education programmes across a wide range of organisation including Tate, The Design Museum and Bishopsgate Institute.
Making a Difference - Educating OUT Prejudice
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18 ESSENTIAL SESSIONS & WORKSHOPS
MORE THAN 80 LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS
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