Author: EqualiTeach

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A Guide to Pride

Our Guide to Pride explains all about Pride Month, its significance, history and how to stay safe during the June LGBTQIA+ celebrations.

Being transgender

Being Transgender in the UK, Transphobia and How to be Inclusive

With roughly 200,000 – 500,000 trans people living in the UK (Government Equalities Office, 2018), and more celebrities coming out as gender diverse, trans people have become a popular subject for discussion. While many transgender people are celebrated around the world, discrimination and transphobia is still being faced daily with devastating consequences. This blog is about being transgender in the UK, what we mean by transphobia, and what we can do to be inclusive of all members of the community.  


Be Kind to Beat the January Blues

By Georgina Manning | January can be a difficult month for many of us, even at the best of times, with cold, grey days, dark evenings, and all of December’s festivities over. At EqualiTeach we take the month of January

Islamophobia Awareness Month 2021

Still a Challenge: Raising Awareness of and Tackling Islamophobia

By Saira HassanNovember is Islamophobia Awareness Month, established in 2012 ‘to deconstruct and challenge the stereotypes about Islam and Muslims’. In this blog I will share definitions, real life examples, personal experiences and my thoughts on how we can reject

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Equally Safe: Our Exciting New Anti-Bullying Programme

We are delighted to announce the launch of our new anti-bullying programme, Equally Safe. Funded by the Department for Education, the programme will see us working with 240 schools to embed best practice in preventing and tackling identity-based bullying.

Hate Crime Reporting

Reporting Hate Crime: The Problem with Impartiality

When reading about the rise in hate crimes on social media I was disappointed and frustrated to see quotes shared and repeated where the author likely believes they are being ‘neutral’ or ‘unbiased’ in their reporting, but where they are in fact perpetuating harmful stereotypes and prejudice.

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Work with us!

Work with us! We’re heading into a busy and exciting term with some great new projects on the horizon and are pleased to be expanding our team with two great job opportunities.


I Saw Myself

In a society with such range, equality and diversity must be promoted throughout our schools with a call for more representation in the classroom.

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