Interview with Daniel Browne from Push Project Warwickshire Campaigning to Make Schools a Safer Place for LGBTQ Youth

Written by on November 25, 2013

Liane from Radio Warwickshire speaks to Daniel who with his team are calling on local schools to open a dialogue and discuss the bullying of LGBTQ students that is still prevalent amongst today’s youth. Homophobic and transphobic bullying can have a damaging effect on young people that lasts well into adulthood. It can cause mental health issues that some people never recover from.
We aim to work with schools to challenge homophobia & transphobia and celebrate diversity. We are able to deliver workshops to young people and provide training to teachers on how to tackle this huge social problem.
This is a vital piece of work and one that you can be involved with. If you would like to help make the lives of young LGBTQ people better please contact Dan at Push Projects.
Telephone: 07580 532659
Twitter: @PushProjects

Push Projects is an LGBTQ youth support charity based in Warwick, serving the town and the surrounding area. Push Projects offers support to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people up to the age of 25, as well as those who are questioning their sexuality or gender identity (Q). To find out more you can click on the links below or on the menu at the top of the page. You’ll find information about who we are, what we do, and how you can get involved… AND there’s all sorts of sound advice and information too.
On our Useful Links page you will find a range of other websites that provide fantastic support and advice, as well as some fun stuff too. All of the links have been carefully chosen by Push Projects to provide you with some top quality content.
reporter – @lianekate

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