• We will continue running our young campaigners programme, empowering young people to stand up and campaign for LGBT rights in their communities
• We will continue to work with under-represented groups of young people such as trans young people, disabled young people and BAME young people
• We will continue inviting young people to our conferences on Children and Young People services, using their voice to inform our approach to tackling LGBT discrimination
• We will involve young people in developing Stonewall campaigns, making sure that young people’s voices are represented throughout
• We will connect young campaigners with activists involved in historic LGBT equality campaigns to enable intergenerational learning
• We will continue building strong relationships across Children and Young People’s services, highlighting the importance of listening to LGBT young people and encouraging space to be made for them
• We will continue to highlight the Young Campaigner of the Year and celebrate all their success in their community campaigning
• We will set up a Stonewall Youth Alumni Panel, to steer our decision making and direction as an Education & Youth Department
• We will continue to support young people to attend prides with Stonewall
• We will enable greater access to apprenticeships for LGBT young people
• We will put resource into hearing from LGBT NEETS (Not in Education, Employment or Training) on their needs, and empower them to come up with the solutions to meet those needs
• We will highlight the importance of diverse LGBT voices through our research and work with schools
• We will use our resources to encourage schools to use pupil voice in their LGBT inclusion work