Education for All Conference 2014 


Britain's leading conference on preventing and tackling homophobic bullying and celebrating difference in education

Camila Batmanghelidjh, Founder and Director, Kids Company
Charlie Taylor, Chief Executive, National College of Teaching and Leadership
Dr Christian Jessen, TV Presenter
Will Young, singer and campaigner

                        staff prog      youth prog

The conference will bring together hundreds of education professionals and young people to discuss tackling homophobic bullying and celebrating difference through a series of panel discussions and interactive workshops.

Bring young people for free!

There will be two separate streams; a staff stream and a youth stream. A booking of two adult tickets, entitles you to bring up to three young people (must be KS4/5) at no extra cost.

For details on the workshops, please see the Staff Programme or Youth Programme pages.

Highlights of the 2014 conference include:
  • Inspirational keynote speakers including politicians and key agencies
  • Launch of The Teachers' Report 2014, ground-breaking research into teachers' experiences of tackling homophobic bullying 
  • Practical workshops on brand new topics - including sport, online safety and mental health
  • First access to Stonewall's latest education guides and teaching materials, including a brand new interactive website for primary schools
  • The latest innovations and best practice on supporting gay students, tackling homophobic language and building an inclusive curriculum
  • Networking opportunities and insights from leading schools, colleges, universities and local authorities on tackling homophobia and celebrating difference

Friday 4 July
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre
Broad Sanctuary, London SW1P 3EE

book now

Non-member: £250
Stonewall Diversity, Education or School Champion: £160
Trainee Teacher: £160
Young person: 3 free tickets for every 2 adult tickets booked

To see feedback from last year's conference, please click here.

Please don't hesitate to contact us via or 0207 593 1871 if you have any questions.



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Friday 4 July 2014

QEII Conference Centre
London, SW1P 3EE

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