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Reach and Teach toolkit towards combating LGBTIQ+

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The Reach & Teach Toolkit is a guide to combating LGBTIQ+ hate speech, focusing on youth work, organizations, and policy collaboration. It covers key topics to address hate speech and promote inclusivity, with over 30 case studies and inspiring practices.

Aims of the tool

- To raise awareness among educators, youth workers and decision-makers of the importance of preventing and combating hate speech against LGBTIQ+ people.
- Provide educators, youth workers and decision-makers with tools to work on preventing and combating hate speech against LGBTIQ+ people.
- Present best practices in preventing and counteracting hate speech against LGBTIQ+ people.

Description of the tool

Countering hate speech against LGBTIQ+ people is extremely important, especially when it comes to young people. In their formative years, young individuals are forging their identities and navigating their place in society. It is essential to create safe and supportive spaces for them to freely express themselves, away from the detrimental effects of hate speech.

This Reach&Teach Toolkit is designed to equip youth, youth workers, organizations, and policy makers with the necessary tools and knowledge to combat LGBTIQ+ hate speech effectively. By engaging directly with these groups, we can leverage their potential and create a positive impact on society as a whole.

The Toolkit covers a wide range of topics that are crucial for addressing LGBTIQ+ hate speech and fostering inclusivity.

Through practical and actionable conclusions, this Toolkit encourages a hands-on approach to combat LGBTIQ+ hate speech. It aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice by enabling individuals to implement ideas and strategies in their everyday lives.

Learn about the experiences of more than 30 good examples of case studies and good practices of work in combating LGBTIQ+ hate speech, especially focusing on youth work, organisations and collaboration with policy makers, with practical action able conclusions are presented.

By utilising this Toolkit, we hope to support the celebration of diversity, foster inclusivity, and provide every individual, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, with equal opportunities and respect. Together, we can create positive change to reduce LGBTIQ+ hate speech.


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Tool overview

Reach and Teach toolkit towards combating LGBTIQ+

This tool is for

- youth educators - youth workers - youth decision makers - young people

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Youth Initiatives, Gender issues

It is recommended for use in:

Training and Networking
Transnational Youth Initiatives

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

LGBTIQ+ Youth Net Consortium. Funded by the European Union - France National Agency Agence du Service Civique / Agence Erasmus + France Jeunesse & Sport. Project number 2022-2-FR02-KA220-YOU-000097706. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Nazarii Boiarskyi (on 18 June 2024)

and last modified

4 June 2024

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