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  1. L'homophobie à l'école secondaire au Québec: portrait de la situation, impacts et pistes de solution, rapport de recherche

    Plusieurs enquêtes récentes, principalement états-uniennes, et depuis peu canadiennes, ont sondé la prévalence de l'homophobie - qu'elle soit d'ordre physique, verbal ou autre - dans les écoles ainsi que ses conséquences néfastes sur les jeunes qui en sont victimes.En documentant de façon concrète l'homophobie en milieu scolaire et ses impacts sur la persévérance et la réussite scolaires, notre recherche vise à informer, à mobiliser et à outiller l'ensemble des acteurs du monde de l'éducation en ce qui concerne les conséquences négatives de l'homophobie sur les jeunes qui en sont victimes.

  2. Combattre l'homophobie : pour une école ouverte à la diversité

    Ce manuel comprend quatre parties : La première partie présente les objectifs du guide en mettant en avant la pertinence et le contexte dans lequel parler de l'orientation sexuelle et de l'homophobie en milieu scolaire. La deuxième offre des connaissances sur les orientations sexuelles, sur l'histoire de l'homosexualité ainsi que sur les manifestations et les effets de l'homophobie sur les jeunes. Cette partie théorique constitue une introduction générale à la troisième partie du manuel qui propose des activités à réaliser en classe et dans les milieux éducatifs. …

  3. Homofobia en el sistema educativo

    Los resultados del reciente informe 'Violencia entre compañeros en la escuela', presentado por el Centro Reina Sofía para el Estudio de la Violencia son escalofriantes. Pero igualmente escalofriante es que las autoras ni siquiera mencionen la orientación sexual o la identidad de género como factores de riesgo. …

  4. Addressing homophobic bullying in second-level schools

    Irish legislation and educational policy guidance requires schools to promote equality of access to and participation in education. In this context schools are required to address discrimination, harassment and bullying, including homophobic harassment and bullying. However these are relatively recent developments, and much work remains to be done to put in place practical and meaningful responses at school level. The aim of this report and the research contained within it is to assist schools in developing a positive and practical response to homophobic bullying. …

  5. Homophobia in schools in Eastern Europe: program and abstracts

    The main aim of the seminar is to address how homosexuality is dealt with in (primary and secondary) schools in Eastern Europe, what is the situation of GLBT pupils/students in these schools and how GLBT teachers are treated at their workplace in schools. The seminar is organized as part of the European research project 'Citizens in Diversity: A Four Nation Study on Homophobia and Fundamental Rights' financed by the European Commission. Selected results from the research will be presented at the final round table discussion (see program).

  6. Homophobic bullying in Britain's schools: the teachers' report

    Stonewall's 2009 research The Teachers' Report found that homophobic bullying affects more than the 150,000 gay pupils we already knew to be affected from The School Report. Nine in ten secondary school teachers and more than two in five primary school teachers say homophobic bullying occurs in their school. Teachers explained that gay pupils are not the sole targets for homophobic bullying as pupils suffer homophobic bullying regardless of their sexual orientation. …

  7. I am the hate that dare not speak its name: dealing with homophobia in secondary schools

    This paper describes the outcomes of a small-scale project involving 19 secondary schools. The project investigated how effectively issues of homophobic bullying and sexualities were addressed through secondary schools' formal policies and areas of the curriculum. Outcomes indicate that sexual orientation was mentioned in two-thirds of Equal Opportunities policies but was not mentioned specifically in any Anti-Bullying policies. Staff highlighted the need for training in issues surrounding sexualities, homophobic bullying and clarification of Section 28. …

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