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Minimum Standards to Combat Homophobic and Transphobic Bullying (2014)
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Impact of Homophobic and Transphobic Bullying on Education and Employment (2013)
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B/ Advocacy Recommendations
Resources on Health and Wellbeing of LGBTQI Youth (2013)
The publication identifies the key health issues and concerns for LGBTQI youth, outlines the main approaches to addressing inequalities, and suggests recommendations for improving health and well-being and access to services. The publication has been written by LGBTQ youth, for LGBTQ youth and anyone interested in promoting health and wellbeing of LGBTQI young people.
The Age Project Report (2009)
The joint ILGA-Europe / IGLYO – Age Project is an important initiative in raising awareness about how strands of identity – in particular sexual orientation, gender identity and age – interlock. As a result, at the core of this project is an underlying conviction of the importance of and need for a ‘multiplicity of identity’ approach. The Age Project also represents a further example of the fruitful collaboration between ILGA-Europe and IGLYO and is an important step in furthering IGLYO’s work.
LGBTQ-inclusive Education Guidelines (2007)
These guidelines are a resource to fight homophobia in education produced by young people themselves. They are the result of an intense week of reflection over the question: How can we make schools in Europe more welcoming for 10% of their students the invisible minorities, the sexual minorities? They lay down, in 10 concrete points, what can be done in schools to tackle discrimination, and make schools a better place for human rights for minorities and majorities, students and staff, young people and adults alike.
LGBT Social Exclusion (2006)
This joint report by IGLYO and ILGA-Europe is a response to the need to bring attention to the social exclusion of young LGBT people in Europe and to put the issue on the agenda of national and European policy-makers. This publication highlights the effect that discrimination on the ground of sexual orientation and gender identity has on young LGBT people’s capacity to be socially included and to become active citizens. It also raises awareness about the multiple forms of discrimination that interact to put young LGBT people at a particular disadvantage and risk of exclusion.