July 11, 2013

A Message of Hope for Safer and More Affirming Schools Around the World

As countries and institutions around the world begin to acknowledge, research and address LGBT issues in education, GLSEN is recognized internationally as the pioneer in the field. Aside from being the first NGO in the world to address anti-LGBT bias and behavior on a national scale, GLSEN is also respected for our groundbreaking research and evidence-based programs that have led to a positive impact on school climate.

In the past month, our Executive Director, Dr. Eliza Byard, spoke at three international events addressing LGBT issues in education:

LGBT Youth & Social Inclusion Conference, An Associated EU Presidency event, in Ireland (as keynote)



XV Comparative Education World Congress in Argentina (panel discussions along with Dr. Joseph Kosciw, GLSEN Senior Director of Research and Strategic Initiatives)


Todo Mejora/UNESCO symposium in Chile (keynote)



Also check out Dr. Kosciw's blog post highlighting GLSEN's work with UNESCO to create a Global Network to Combat Anti-LGBT Prejudice and Violence in Schools, which also met

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