- Schools and Training
- Training for Professionals
- In-Person Courses
- Online Courses
- BAME LGBT+ Allies
- The Rainbow Flag Award
- LGBT+ Groups in Schools
- A Celebration!
- Primary Education Resources
- Happily Ever After (KS2)
- Trans Positive Education for Primary Schools (KS2)
- Alien Nation Book and Resources
- Secondary Education Resources
- Inclusive RSE - The Sexuality aGender Toolkit
- LGBT+ History Month
- LGBT+ Black History Month
- Assembly Resources
- Training for Young People
- Workshops in Schools
- LGBT+ Ambassadors Skills
- Peer Facilitation Skills
- Peer Support Skills
- Safer Person Project
BAME: Black, Asian and Minoritised Ethnicities
LGBT+: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans (plus other related identities)
The BAME LGBT+ Allies training aims to equip BAME youth, community and faith workers with the confidence, information and resources to start to make BAME and faith spaces more LGBT+ inclusive.
Some BAME and faith communities can find the topic of gender, sexuality, or LGBT+ identities, a challenging area to explore. There can be a lot of silence on such topics in communities, coupled with the pressure of heterosexual expectations for young people to fulfil (such as the importance of having a family and marriage) can lead to LGBT+ young people within BAME and faith communities to fear and feel unable to be ‘out’ or full selves within these spaces.
The BAME LGBT+ Allies training provides an open and non-judgemental learning space for youth, community and faith leaders to reflect on community attitudes towards LGBT+ identities, identify the roots to anti-LGBT+ attitudes and explore ways they can be more visible as supportive LGBT+ allies within these spaces.
This training is for anyone who identifies as BAME and is:
- A youth worker or who works with young people in some capacity
- A community worker
- A faith leader
Read more about the BAME programme, the Allies Project and supporting BAME LGBT+ young people on the links below.
Contact email@example.com for further information, and to register your interest in the BAME LGBT+ Allies project and upcoming training.
BAME Allies Network Information
Actions from BAME Allies Training
Supporting BAME Young People
Black History Month Pack 2016 Challenging Prejudice and Uniting Communities
BAME Allies Hate Crime Resource Pack