Reach is the dynamic project of EACH funded by the Big Lottery

Its aim, by 2014, is to create resources for both schools and informal youth settings to help them challenge the increasingly widespread problem of cyberhomophobia and homophobic bullying affecting children as young as ten-years-old.

To inform this resource we are drawing together the voices of young people. Up to now their voice has been rarely heard. However, evidence from our Reach Cybersurveys undertaken in 2011 demonstrates many young people are engaged and empathise with the issues, whether they have been bullied or not and whether they are LGB&T or not. For more information, take a look at our how to get involved pages.

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As a bisexual youth belonging to the “digital generation” I feel I’ve experienced a fair share of intimidation created by homophobic cyber bullying.

Reach participant, aged 17