Services with this logo are funded or provided by Islington
Diversity Role ModelsPrimarySecondary
Workshops which discuss differences in sexuality and gender identity, stereotypes and friendship. Workshops are led by trained facilitators and feature positive LGBT or straight ally role models who tell their stories and answer students’ questions.Website
Scope Role ModelsFREESecondary
One-hour workshops for pupils aged 11-16 to address the awkwardness around disability. The sessions aim to break down barriers that disabled people face and offer students the chance to ask questions they might not usually ask. Sessions are co-facilitated by a member of Scope staff and a role model volunteer (made up of disabled people from all walks of life).
EqualiTeachPrimary Secondary Parents
Workshops on all areas of equality, including racism, religious intolerance, sexism, homophobia, disability discrimination, global learning, critical thinking, immigration and human rights.
Telephone: 01480 470660
Show Racism the Red CardPrimary Secondary
Anti-racism workshops, and workshops focusing on hate crime and discrimination, as well as fitness sessions with ex-professional footballers that promote respect and teamwork in students.
Telephone: 01702 567166
Body and SoulPrimary Secondary
A locally based and national charity working with children, teenagers and families affected by HIV. Available to give talks and in-class sessions for secondary schools. Topics include HIV the basics, stigma, healthy relationships and empathy.
Telephone: 020 7923 6880
Hear2Change - Solace Women's AidFREESecondary
See Keeping safe and managing risk page for details.