Since Stonewall launched it's #NoBystanders campaign launched in March 2014 we’ve seen thousands of people from around the world join us in standing up for fairness and kindness, over 16,000 in fact!
We've reached 200,000 primary and secondary school pupils with the #NoBystanders campaign message and hundreds of workplaces, from the police to universities to construction workers, have taken the pledge.
No Bystanders online
Campaigner and food writer Jack Monroe wrote about her experiences of being targeted by online abuse and how important it is to challenge bullying language saying, ‘It's not 'banter', it's damaging. Don't be a bystander.’
Experiences like Jack's are all too common for lesbian, gay and bi people, with one in 20 having been the target of homophobic or biphobic abuse and over a quarter having encountered abuse targeted at someone else.
For trans people, online harassment is one of the most common forms of hate experienced as shown by the European Agency for Fundamental Rights report on Being Trans in the EU.
Reporting online hate
There are several different ways to report online hate, take a read of our information page to find out more.
Join the movement
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