The Corner has launched a new campaign as part of LGBT History Month.
The ‘History, Her Story, Our Story, Your Story’ campaign will see the rainbow flag used to highlight difference aspects of the LGBT movement and promote a message of tolerance, respect and inclusiveness amongst all young people, not just those who may identify as LGBT.
Messages will be shared through the service’s drop-in, outreach workshops, social media sites and school-based sessions using interactive activities, resources and literature.
The finale of the campaign will see staff from The Corner take part in Purple Friday on 23 February, with an information stall at Ninewells and a purple theme to the city centre drop-in service. Purple Friday is a day for people across Scotland to show support for LGBT people and stand against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia.
The new campaign follows on from The Corner Culture of Kindness project launched during national Anti-Bullying Week in November which aimed to address issues young people face around bullying and promote anti-bullying messages.
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The Corner offers a wide range of health, information and peer led services to young people aged between 11-19, through its city centre drop-in, outreach work, peer led services and social media. The drop-in provides a safe, welcoming environment where young people can talk confidentially about various issues. The Corner also provides health and emotional wellbeing support and a range of sexual health services to young people.
For more information or to request the The Corner outreach services please contact Caroline Millar on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01382 206060.