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Our new research finds that nearly half of lesbian, gay, bi and trans school pupils (45 per cent) are bullied at school for being LGBT.
Hate speech against LGBT adults is also still a big issue.
In November 2015, one in five people admitted to making offensive remarks about LGBT people in the last year. In one month alone, 30 per cent of people heard offensive remarks about LGBT people but 63 per cent didn’t do anything about it.
Help us challenge homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying, hate and abuse
Where you see homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, you're likely to see other forms of social exclusion, discrimination and prejudice, whether that’s because of faith, gender, ethnicity, disability, age, nationality or anything else that makes us different.
#NoBystanders is our campaign to stand up and empower others
Let’s empower others to challenge all forms of hateful language and abuse when they can. We can only succeed if we all play a part – join us today.
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Tackling LGBT abuse online
2 in 5 (40 per cent) LGBT young people have been the target of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.
We've created a range of tips and tools in partnership with Facebook.
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