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This page will host products that are designed to assist teachers, professionals and those who are working in our communities to promote positive relations and redce the harm caused by hate crime.

These resources are products that have been produced by National and International Government Bodies that the UK is a member, or from local partnerships that are supported by a local police organisation. If you have a product you want to share please get in touch with us. You will need the endorsement of your local force before we will be able to add it.

The PHSE Association Resources

The PHSE Association is a charity that has worked with the Government Equalities Office (then part of the Department for Education) in 2018/19 to support its anti-homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying project. The project aimed to reduce the incidence of HBT bullying in primary and secondary schools in England by transforming the culture of how schools prevent and respond to HBT bullying. The six organisations and consortia below were funded by the GEO to carry out this work and the Association assessed education materials they produced as part of the project against a ‘shared standards framework'.

You can link to the resources here

The Sophie Lancaster Foundation

The Sophie Lancaster Foundation can offer support and advice to individuals suffering abuse  because of their lifestyle or cultural interests. They can also support schools and clubs in building safer environments for all. 

You can find out about their education work here

Stand Up! - Education Against Discrimination

Stand Up! is a partnership of groups who have come together funded by the Mayor for London to provide anti-discrimination education with a focus on antisemitism and anti-Muslim hate, to young people in mainstream secondary schools. 

Stand Up! aims to:

  • Assess, develop and enhance students’ understanding around issues of discrimination, antisemitism and anti-Muslim hate in a sensitive manner, and through the framework of British Values
  • Provide practical and responsible strategies to counter hate crime, including encouraging reporting to school, the police and specialist hate crime groups
  • Develop students’ understanding and confidence in their civic and social responsibility in wider society

You can find out about their work here

Educational Action Challenging Homophobia

Each has worked with police forces and schools to combat hostility in schools and communities.

You can find out about their work here