Stonewall have a dedicated team that focuses on developing opportunities for young people to get involved in our work. Whether you join us on one of our youth programmes, attend a youth event or engage with us on social media, we want to work with as many of you as possible!
Our aim is to support and empower young LGBTQ people to live their lives free from discrimination and fulfill their potential. We think that young people, whatever their sexual orientation or gender identity, are in a unique position to help influence those around them and to help Stonewall achieve equality and fairness for everyone.
Youth Programmes Manager
Wayne started working at Stonewall in 2013 as the Youth Coordinator. As well as developing and delivering Stonewall's programmes and events for young people, he also manages the youth stream at our annual 'Education for all' conference. Wayne co-wrote Stonewall's coming out guide for young people: 'Coming out! Answers to some of the questions you may have' and also trains teachers to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying as part of our Primary School Champions and Secondary School Champions programmes.
Youth Programmes Officer
Amy has worked at Stonewall since 2013 helping to deliver our key campaigns including Rainbow Laces and NoBystanders. She has also played a role in Stonewall's skills development workshop for international human rights defenders and produced our Healthcare Equality Index 2015.
She joined the youth team in May 2015 and is busy helping Wayne develop and deliver all of the youth programmes, such as the Young Leaders Programme, the Youth Volunteering Programme, the Young Writers' competition and the Youth Pride Event.
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