News & events
Wednesday February 11, 2015
To celebrate LGBT History Month we're featuring a series of guest blogs from our volunteer role models about their personal histories. In this post, Leng shares his experience of bullying and reflects on how DRM's workshops tackle the legacy of Section 28.
Monday December 22, 2014
Christmas is a time of celebration for many, a time when families and friends come together, put aside their differences and enjoy food, chocolates and laughter. For some, it’s a time of reflection of the year gone by, and that is where we will start.
Friday October 3, 2014
We’re thrilled and honoured to be shortlisted in The Guardian Charity Awards for 2014! The Guardian Charity Awards aims to showcase excellence among small and medium sized charities. The five winning charities will be announced on Tuesday 2 December 2014 at the Guardian’s head office.
Monday August 18, 2014
On Wednesday 29th of October we'll once again be taking over Café de Paris in London's Leicester Square for a night of frivolity, fun and frolics. With DRM Patron and broadcaster Clare Balding presiding over the evening, this year's Carnival promises to raise the bar even higher for what has quickly become one of London's 'must do' events in late October.
Monday June 23, 2014
Three years ago today we received that precious and long-awaited email from the Charity Commission confirming that the i's were dotted and t's crossed well enough to consider us a lawful charity. At that point, we had no official role models, no official staff, no offices, no money and had a grand tally of exactly zero workshops and no proof that what we were setting out to do even works.
Monday January 6, 2014
Diversity Role Models and their Chief Executive Suran Dickson have both been nominated for awards in the 2014 Out-G3 Awards. Here is where you go to vote but before you do, let's give you an update on how we got here and some reasons to support us.
Thursday December 12, 2013
Last year, Anti-Bullying Week really served as the starting point for my campaign for greater understanding of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues in my school. It was a valuable opportunity as it was the first time that both staff and students saw me openly tackle homophobia in my educational environment; indeed, for many individuals, it was the first time they had heard homophobic behaviour be defined and addressed in school.