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14 September 2017
Shaun Returns to Lecturing at Initial Teacher Training Faculties
From this month and after a long break on medical grounds we are thrilled to announce that Shaun Dellenty will be returning to lecture for trainee teachers across the UK this Autumn. Dates include London South Bank and Derby University. To book Shaun for your own context email bookings@inclusionforall.co.uk

3 September 2017
Shaun Returns to Work With Amnesty UK
Shaun recently spent time at Amnesty UK HQ in Shoreditch talking with staff and trainee teachers. Shaun will be continuing his ongoing work with the Amnesty Teacher programme by leading a full lecture in October to a new cohort of trainee Amnesty teachers, empowering them to promote positive LGBT+ inclusion in addition to feeling empowered as activists themselves.

14 July 2017
Shaun at Number 10 Downing Street
Shaun was today invited to Number 10 Downing Street for an LGBT Reception hosted by the Prime Minister. As a designated Point of Light for LGBT+ inclusion in education Shaun was invited. Shaun spoke to other LGBT+ activists and asked questions about the future of equalities in the UK and the situation in Chechnya to several leading politicians.

6 May 2017
Shaun Assisting the NAHT
Shaun has been taking a good rest recently on medical grounds- but that hasn't stopped him from offering support to the National Union of Headteachers in the development of their upcoming LGBT+ Inclusion teacher resources. The resources should be launched later this year, look out for updates.

19 February 2017
The Open University Produces Anti-Homophobia Resource with Shaun Dellenty
The Open University have released a free online resource featuring excerpts from a workshop delivered at the Open University in Milton Keynes a couple of years ago. The OULGBT team have embedded clips and quotes from Shaun's talk within their own text, containing ideas tips and further reading inspired by Shaun's lecture. To access the resource which is proving highly popular on social media copy and paste http://www.open.edu/openlearn/languages/linguistics/thats-so-gay-homophobic-language-and-school Huge thanks to the OULGBT for facilitating this resource.

28 January 2017
Inclusion For All's Anti-Homophobia Play 'BOY' Touring Schools
'BOY' is an acclaimed play for schools/communities and youth groups from Hyperfusion Theatre Company in collaboration with nationally celebrated LGBT+ inclusion advocate @Shaun Dellenty of Inclusion For All. The play is inspired by school based focus groups and real events. Aimed at tackling homophobia and identity based bullying, BOY runs for around 50 minutes and a related 90 minute interactive forum theatre workshop can be delivered directly afterwards. The play has already won great acclaim and as a result was recently performed in the Houses of Parliament. BOY is the perfect stimulus to support your whole school approach in promoting positive LGBT+ inclusion and meeting your statutory and OFSTED requirements on bullying. Please email sarah@hyperfusion.co.uk to make a booking enquiry for LGBT History Month 2017 or for the International Day of Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia in May. Theatre inspiring change and helping you to make young lives safer, happier and more successful

28 January 2017
Shaun Dellenty Honoured For His LGBT+ Inclusion Work in Faith Groups
Shaun Dellenty is honoured to be included in the 2016 Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement Rainbow List for his Inclusion For All work attempting to build bridges between faith and LGBT+ communities. 'Announcing our extraordinary allies: the 2016 Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement Rainbow List. We are proud and delighted to announce LGCM's Rainbow List 2016 - the people our friends and supporters have nominated, and those who want to stand alongside us in their public, visible support for LGBT people in and beyond the churches. Our nominees come from a huge range of backgrounds, across the UK and further afield. Some have been quietly working away for decades, others have simply found themselves in a position where they can no longer stand aside and watch the people they care about being discriminated against, devalued and dismissed.' See the full list at http://lgcm.org.uk/news/list/

17 November 2016
Inclusion For All's Anti-Homophobia Play to be Performed in UK Parliament Tonight
In a ground-breaking move 'BOY' the acclaimed theatrical collaboration between Shaun Dellenty and HyperFusion Theatre Company will be performed in the Houses of Parliament at 6pm today. The play has been in development for two years and was inspired by Shaun's own journey in addition to focus group work with students in a number of London and Essex schools Creative Director Sarah Ellis will lead a team of five actors in a performance of the play in the MacMillan Room to an audience comprising members of the public, specially invited guests and members of Parliament. The play will be followed by a question and answer session involving the cast and director. Please note that due to illness Shaun Dellenty will NOT be appearing as hoped, however he will be represented by his husband Michael Dellenty-Donovan who will read Shaun's words in his absence. This event has been facilitated by the Houses of Parliament LGBT Network Parliout and is timed to coincide with Anti-Bullying Week and UK Parliament Week.

17 November 2016
Inclusion For All's Anti-Homophobia Play 'BOY' Touring Schools
'BOY' the acclaimed theatrical collaboration between Shaun Dellenty and HyperFusion Theatre Company is now touring schoosl across London and the UK. The play has been in development for two years and was inspired by Shaun's own journey in addition to focus group work with students in a number of London and Essex schools. Funding has been supported by Southwark Council and the NHS. Response thus far has been fantastic! Pictured are Creative Director Sarah Ellis and the cast of BOY.

17 November 2016
Inclusion For All's Anti-Homophobia Play BOY is Performed in UK Parliament
In a ground breaking move the collaboration between Shaun Dellenty and HyperFusion Theatre Company, anti-homophobia play 'BOY' was tonight performed in the Houses of Parliament. The event was facilitated by the Houses of Parliament LGBTQ Network 'Parliout' The audience included members of the public, teachers, MPs and specially invited guests. Shaun Dellenty was unable to appear due to ongoing illness but he was represented by his husband Michael Dellenty-Donovan who read a specially written speech by way of introduction. The speech was followed by a performance of BOY followed by a question and answer session with the cast and Sarah Ellis Creative Director. The response was highly positive, with members of the audience taking to social media to report they has found the evening 'inspiring' 'emotional' 'powerful' and 'bloody brilliant!' The play is now touring UK schools. Special thanks to Parliout, Actually Men's Chorus, NHS England and Southwark Council.

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Preventing Homophobic Bullying training days at Alfred Salter Primary School London led by serving school leader Shaun Dellenty

This inspirational course is consistently rated OUTSTANDING overall by delegates.

  • 'Great course definitely recommend it.'
  • 'This course is engaging, interactive, interesting and inspirational'
  • 'Inclusion For All is extremely inspirational, thank you'
  • 'The IFA course was an invaluable tool to assess your own prejudices and practice and subsequently develop a safe and respectful environment for all children where they are valued and celebrated for who they are'
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  • 'This course was informative, motivational, inspirational and achievable'
  • 'It gave me a greater understanding of the issues related to homophobic bullying and how it can effect attainment for pupils.'
  • 'My journey starts here, tackling homophobic bullying is long overdue and hopefully we can all make it a thing of the past'
  • 'This course provided a really comprehensive overview of the impact of homophobic bullying, but als crucially the range of whole school approached that can be effective in tackling it'
  • 'Really worthwhile course which all schools should access, you have nothing to lose but everything to gain by signing up. Prepare to be educated, moved and inspired'
  • 'The Inclusion For All training by Shaun Dellenty at Alfred Salter Primary is fantastic. Seriously.'
  • 'A truly inspirational day'
  • Want to be included in the next course?

    On , Shaun will be hosting a workshop to introduce to you legislation and techniques that will enable you to address the issue of homophobic bullying in your school.
    The course is open to all interested professionals, including (but not limited to) teachers, school leaders, inclusion managers and school governors, and refreshments will be provided.
    For more information, or to book your place on the course, please contact Shaun or on 0207 252 3676.
    If you feel that any of your colleagues would be interested, or may benefit from attending, please feel free to download and print this flyer to give them, or to display on your staff notice board.

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