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External Publications and Outputs
School Report Scotland 2017 (Stonewall Scotland, 2017) A survey of LGBT young people's experiences of secondary education including bullying, how schools responded, teaching, and support.
Homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying: Review (Department for Education, 2014) Research into how to prevent homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools. It includes a review of existing literature, and a mixed methods study of teachers and pupils
The Teacher Report: Homophobic Bullying in Scotland's Schools (2014) A Stonewall survey of primary and secondary teachers, looking at their experiences of homophobic bullying in their schools, and the inclusion of sexual orientation issues in the classroom.
How Fair is Britain?: Report of EHRC first triennial review (EHRC, 2011) This Equality and Human Rights review aims to provide an authoritative compilation of the available evidence about equalities in England, Scotland and Wales against 40 indicators agreed by the Commission, the government and other key agencies. It brings together the facts about the experiences and outcomes in life of different individuals and groups. It draws on a range of sources including censuses, government surveys, academic work, and secondary analysis carried out especially for this Review.