See our work in action with our new video
By Will Fletcher
We are proud to launch our new short video, showing one of our secondary school workshops in action and exploring the impact of our vital work
Ramadan: what does it all mean?
By Tamoor Ali
To mark the start of Ramadan tomorrow, role model and trustee Tamoor Ali has shared his thoughts about what Ramadan means to him.
Growing up gay in a heteronormative world
By Adam McCann
Carrying on the theme from Mental Health Awareness Week, role model Adam writes for DRM about feeling different as he grew up, but not knowing why.
Annual Report and Accounts 2016
By Beth Dowling-Jones
Last night we celebrated the launch of Inclusion Matters. This new and ground-breaking guide has been co-produced with P3, and is aimed at helping parents and carers assess a school's commitment to inclusion.
Discriminatory language and mental health
By Kate Hutchinson
For Mental Health Awareness Week, role model Kate writes for DRM about the damage done by homophobic, biphobic and transphobic language on the mental health of young people who are not yet out
Hiding your identity takes its toll
By Amie Taylor
For Mental Health Awareness Week, facilitator Amie writes for DRM about the interplay between mental health and hiding who we are.
Homophobic bullying: then and now
By Ryan Valadas
For Mental Health Awareness Week, Role Model Ryan writes for DRM about his experience of homophobia at school and now.
From silence to something: the need for inclusive relationships and sex education
By Gemma Curtis
Our Head of Education, Gemma, writes about her experiences of sex education at school and why it's vital for all young people to have LGBT+ inclusive relationships and sex education.
Paralympian and inclusion expert Claire Harvey appointed next chief executive
The new chief executive of Diversity Role Models will be diversity and inclusion expert, Claire Harvey, who joins the charity from KPMG. Her appointment follows founder Suran Dickson’s decision to return home to New Zealand after 14 years in the UK.
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We help schools encourage their students and staff to open their minds to diversity, through listening to engaging stories from LGBT+ people and their allies. Taking a whole school approach, we support governors, staff, students, and parents/carers.