Welcome at LGBT education
GALE is a learning community focusing on education about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues. We promote the full inclusion of people who are disadvantaged because of their sexual orientation, sexual identity and their expression by identifying, enhancing and sharing educational expertise. The membership of the community is free and open to anyone actively involved in education about LGBT issues.
GALE calls to help improve new strategic education guide - November 24, 2016
24 November 2016 - GALE calls activists on LGBTI education to help improve a new guide for LGBT education strategy. They can help by reading the guide, fill in a short survey. Some experts will also be asked if they are willing to be interviewed during one hour. The improved guide will be published in May 2017.
Government and civil society partnerships needed - October 12, 2016
16 October 2016 - Government and civil society from across the globe must work together to identity strategic opportunities and leverage each other’s strengths to further advance the human rights and inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people, said a panel of ambassadors and lawmakers at the Salzburg Global LGBT Forum this week in Chiang Rai, Thailand.
The Netherlands strengthens her strategy towards vocational schools - September 19, 2016
19 September 2016 - The Dutch Ministry of Education decided to fund COC Netherlands, Theatre AanZ en EduDivers for another 2 years for a project to promote and integrate sexual diversity in vocational schools. This was reported by EduDivers in the third newsletter of the project.
Eleven good practices from Europe - September 17, 2016
17 September 2016 - In June, a seminar with 20 participants from all over Europe took place in Łódź, Poland. During the 4 days of the seminar the participants shared experience, knowledge and expertise on the topic, using experiential learning and non-formal methodology.
Math question in UK was used to promote religious family values - September 14, 2016
14 September 2016 - The Royal Grammar School High Wycombe has asked students a math question about how many men are married to women, while adding that God only intended to have heterosexual marriages.