menu
LGBTQ+ News

“Be the representation you never had.” Dannii Minogue calls on LGBTQ+ young adults to volunteer for Just Like Us’ Ambassador Programme

Graham Robson October 26, 2023

Pop star Dannii Minogue has called on LGBTQ+ young adults across the UK to volunteer with Just Like Us, the LGBTQ+ young people’s charity. Just Like Us’ Ambassador Programme allows LGBTQ+ young people to benefit from a range of opportunities, like career mentoring, skills workshops, media opportunities and community building with other LGBT+ young people, […]

Read More
LGBTQ+ News

LGBTQ+ children’s education company Pop’n’Olly to donate 300 LGBTQ+ children’s books to primary schools in the constituencies of Rishi Sunak and Suella Braverman

Graham Robson October 5, 2023

In response to “anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric” coming from the Tory Party Conference, LGBTQ+ children’s education company Pop’n’Olly has announced they are donating 300 of its LGBTQ+ children’s books to primary schools in the constituencies of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Home Secretary Suella Braverman. Olly Pike, CEO and Founder of Pop’n’Olly, said, “When the people in […]

Read More
LGBTQ+ News

New report from LGBTQ+ young people’s charity finds support is key to LGBTQ+ young people’s success as adults

Graham Robson June 7, 2023

The report has revealed LGBTQ+ people who weren’t supported at school and home are half as likely to be happy in early adulthood and three times more likely to not be confident they’ll have a career they enjoy. 

Read More
LGBTQ+ News

Pride in Education to make a “powerful impact” when it returns on Saturday, May 20

Graham Robson April 19, 2023

This free online event will feature 30 influential speakers across 20 sessions, including Nancy Kelley, Chief Executive at Stonewall; Matt Garvey, CEO at Diversity Role Models; Amy Ashenden, Interim CEO at Just Like Us; and Sue Sanders, founder of LGBTQ+ History Month in the UK and Chair of Schools Out.

Read More
LGBTQ+ News

New research shows majority of LGBTQ+ young adults wish LGBTQ+ education started in primary school or nursery

Graham Robson April 17, 2023

The majority (74%) of LGBTQ+ young adults believe children should learn about LGBTQ+ inclusion in primary school or nursery, according to new research by Just Like Us, the LGBTQ+ young people’s charity. The research was carried out independently by Cibyl in January 2023.

Read More
X