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24th Jun 2020
LGBTQ+ Bullying

BulliesOut Patron Nigel Owens calls on schools to do more to stamp out homophobic bullying

25th Mar 2014

TOP rugby referee Nigel Owens is encouraging schools to do more to show the red card to people bullying someone because of their sexuality.

Mynyddcerrig-born international referee Nigel Owens, who has campaigned against discrimination since coming out, has spoken out following new research revealed that many schools across Wales struggle to effectively monitor the extent of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.

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