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Stonewall Education for All Conference 2017

Stonewall's annual Education for All conference, kindly supported by Prudential, is Britain's leading event on preventing and tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying among young people.

The event brings together hundreds of education professionals through a series of panel discussions and interactive workshop as well as a dedicated youth stream for 150 young people.

2017 details

  • Date: Wednesday 28 June 2017
  • Time: 9am - 5pm
  • Venue: University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands, B15 2TT 

Please contact conference@stonewall.org.uk for more information. 

Who attends

  • Teachers
  • Education support staff and professionals
  • Third Sector organisations
  • Local authorities
  • FE and HE staff
  • All individuals interested in inclusive education

Bring young people for free

For every 2 adult tickets purchased, your organisation can bring 3 young people for free (ages 14 - 18) 


All prices exclude VAT.


Super Early Bird

Ends 28 Feb 2017

Early bird

1 March - 31 May 2017


1 June - 28 June 2017 

Standard  £149 £189 £229
School Champions £99 £129 £149
Education Champions  £99 £129 £149
Diversity Champions  £129 £149 £189

2016 Programme

Staff Programme

Youth Conference

2016 Highlights

Staff feedback

Valuable day!! Huge thanks to the team.

Thank you SO much for your youth stream - my students had a completely brilliant time and left fired up and inspired.

I loved the whole day. Thank you.

I wish I was here with many more students and teachers from my school - much to learn!

Really useful conference. I feel inspired to go back to school and make changes.

Youth feedback

Over 70 young people attended the 2016 conference as part of the youth stream. This is what they said when asked what they had taken away from the day:

Mental health can be affected by many things. Acceptance is key.

I understand that we are all role models and can only choose if we wish to be a good or a bad one.

Ways to help bisexual people feel more comfortable.

Effective ways to campaign.