EducateOUT Project

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What is EducateOUT?

Motivated by what we see across the globe, the mission of our EducateOUT Project is to educate the public about what is happening to sexual and gender minorities in different nation states.

 

From designing training courses for professionals to improve their practice, recording podcasts for the public with activists across the globe or developing educational workshops, our Education Officers bring to life the voices of those who we work with. Whether you are a school, college, university or an interested member of the public, we welcome you to our page.

Explore some of our past and

upcoming work below

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Hidden Voices

Podcast Project

Documenting 20 voices from 20 different nation states, we worked with individuals and activists to record their stories and their lived experiences. We warmly welcome you to listen to the podcasts here.

The Flag in the Map Project

ReportOUT have teamed up with the Gilbert Baker Foundation for our exciting ‘Flag in the Map’ project. This educational project will document people flying their Pride flags, however they are able, in all parts of the world. We will then transform these images into a book and hold two launch exhibitions in both the U.K. and USA, for Pride Month in 2022. 

Read more about this project and find out how you can feature in the book and exhibition.

OUTAcademy: CPD Training Courses for Professionals

As part of our OUTAcademy, we offer a range of paid training courses for professionals and organisations as well as consultancy opportunities for global organisations who want to bring onboard sexual and gender minorities.

 

Read about the training courses that we currently have an offer.

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OUTAcademy: Campaigner Training for New Global Activists

Our OUTAcademy is a virtual academy where we train up the future leaders and activists of the future, to make social change happen for sexual and gender minorities. Our annual ‘Campaigner Training’ trains up 30 new sexual and gender minority activists from 30 different countries, in the Global North and Global South.

 

Read about how we work to inspire others to make social change happen.