Education activities for LGBT history month
This set of six classroom activities for teachers aims to encourage students to explore human rights, diversity, intolerance, and in particular the human rights of sexual minorities. Through role-play, research and case studies, students are invited to examine the use of language, the nature of prejudice and how it can be challenged in the UK and around the world. The exercises introduce the experience of lesbians and gay men around the world as an example of how people have been oppressed for their identity and how they are overcoming that oppression.
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