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Will Fletcher

Diversity Role Models is looking for a committed, passionate and experienced individual to join our Board of Trustees as Treasurer.

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Lucy Caldicott

Lucy Caldicott

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Navah Bekhor

One of our newest role models wrote this poem about her transgender son. We think it's beautiful, so we wanted to share it with you all.

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Will Fletcher

Sign up to donate by direct debit in March and you can enter our prize draw to win a voucher to spend at either Bravissimo or Intimissimi.

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Will Fletcher

As part of a project funded by the Government Equalities Office, we’re offering your school free-of-charge e-learning on tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying until the end of March.

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Lucy Caldicott

Lucy Caldicott

We at Diversity Role Models read with interest the Department for Education and Women and Equalities business plan for 2016-17 which was published last week.

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Lucy Caldicott

Lucy Caldicott

This afternoon we launched our report Embracing Diversity and Ending Bullying at a reception in the House of Commons. This report is the result of an independent evaluation of our workshops which have now reached 34,816 young people in the UK.

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Lucy Caldicott

Lucy Caldicott

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Trans Inquiry Report

Thursday January 14, 2016

Diversity Role Models is pleased to welcome the Trans Inquiry report issued today from Maria Miller MP and her colleagues on the Women and Equalities committee. It is really positive to see trans equality taken so seriously and that the committee has sought and listened to so many people’s views.

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Lucy Caldicott

Lucy Caldicott

As the year draws to a close, I thought it would be good to share some of the highlights of 2015 with you all.

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Megan Key

Megan Key

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TDoR: Visiting my old school

Friday November 20, 2015

There was no sympathy. I had friends, but they were into girls, clothes and, later on, going to raves, and it didn’t seem like me. So I spent a lot of time on my own. Being the fattest kid in the year, or maybe the school, meant I got used to laughing at myself. Before anyone else got in first. I had to. It was survival. There wasn’t a day went by, when I didn't wish I was at another school.

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