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Parliamentary event on homophobia organised by Mark McGlashan
Date: 16 July 2013
A parliamentary event on Challenging Homophobia & Homophobic Bullying through Children's Literature was organised by CASS (Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Sciences) junior challenge Panel member Mark McGlashan, and chaired by CASS Centre Director Tony McEnery.
Among those presenting were Wes Streeting (Head of Education for Stonewall), Ian Rivers (Professor of Human Development at Brunel University), Mark McGlashan, Paul Baker (Lancaster University), Beth Cox (member of Inclusive Mind) and Mark Jennett (teacher traininer, consultant and writer).
Eric Ollerenshaw, MP for Lancaster and Fleetwood and Stephen Twigg (Shadow Secretary of State for Education) were in attendance.
News website: http://cass.lancs.ac.uk/?p=583
Associated departments and research centres: Linguistics and English Language
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