Hot topic: Homophobia
Beyond Blue has re-launched its Stop. Think. Respect: Left Hand campaign in response to alarming levels of homophobia in young men aged 14 to 17.
Panorama reporter Emma D’Agostino investigates: what’s fuelling the discrimination? How is homophobia being dealt with? And what needs to be done next?
Featuring insights from Headspace Sunshine Youth Action Group, Beyond Blue, Minister for Equality Martin Foley and RMIT Queer Officer Mo Taha.
Aired April 2 at 4.30pm on SYN.
For more on this topic or if you feel like you need help, check out:
Beyond Blue: http://www.beyondblue.org.au/
RMIT University Student Union’s Queer department: http://www.su.rmit.edu.au/student-life/queer/
And keep an eye out for news about the state government’s Safe Schools Coalition initiative.
April 2nd 2015Read more by alicefromdunderland
Tags: Beyond Blue, bullying, discrimination, Emma D'Agostino, gay, gender, Homophobia, martin foley, queer, teenagers
More by Panorama
John Wick: Chapter 4 (★ ★ ★ ★ ☆)
Nick Sarlos-Welsh and Max Taylor were invited to an advanced screening of John Wick: Chapter 4.
Kim K’s viral Saturday Night Live hosting debut
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian made her mark on the long running comedy show last weekend
The federal government’s ‘junk’ carbon credits.
A new report by the Australian Conservation Foundation and the Australia Institute has shone a light on ‘junk’ carbon credits