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Supporting LGBTQ+ Young People

We've collated all of our advice and guidance for LGBTQ+ Young People into our new LGBTQ+ Resource Centre, as well as a growing number of articles aimed at professionals.

We also have our Visible Justice Handbook, a Salford Youth Service and 42nd Street collaboration. This broad introductory guide provides productive and accessible tools for professionals of any kind to improve their LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, questioning, and other queer identities) inclusion. Covering topics from foundational terms and concepts to how to navigate complex issues.

Pick up a copy over at our shop

or if you work at a Greater Manchester College you can log in with your e-mail address and view the complete handbook here.

With easy to navigate sections that touch on a variety of subjects from foundational concepts to complex issues to practical resources, Visible Justice is a handbook providing productive and accessible tools for LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, questioning and other queer identities) inclusion.

Drawing from the argument that being inclusive means more than simply being pro-LGBTQ+, this broad introductory guide explores methods for supporting LGBTQ+ people through interpersonal, ideological and institutional practices that all assume the existence and value of all LGBTQ+ people and identities.

Based on the LGBTBQ+ Inclusivity Training and Workshops developed by Salford City Council’s Youth Service, 42nd Street and CAMHS, this handbook seeks to offer material that can benefit any professional in the UK, especially those with little to no experience with the LGBTQ+ community, working with LGBTQ+ clients, colleagues, students or service users of all ages.

We do also offer a training around LGBTQ+ inclusivity and supporting the wellbeing of LGBTQ+ young people which includes this handbook. If you’d like information about either our Foundations or In-Depth training sessions please contact theteam@42ndstreet.org.uk

Take a look at these articles too;

What I Learnt From Queer Youth

Understanding Oppression

Queer Inclusive Resources

 
 
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