Growing Up LGBT+: the impact of school, home and coronavirus on LGBT+ young people

22 Jun 2021 in

Growing Up LGBT+: the impact of school, home and coronavirus on LGBT+ young people

Here at Cibyl, we’re proud to have been commissioned by Just Like Us, the LGBT+ young people’s charity in the UK, to conduct research into the experiences and feelings of LGBT+ young people aged 11 to 18 – covering themes such as their wellbeing and mental health, the impact of coronavirus, bullying and safety at school, and attitudes towards transgender young people.

University: The Best Time of Our Lives?

22 Jun 2021 in

Almost half of young people in the UK now go to university, and it’s a time that should bring the chance not only to learn but also to build life-long friendships, enjoy new experiences, and develop more independence. But according to our new study, based on a survey of more than 12,000 students.

Mental health challenges are playing an increasing role in the student experience.

Public Service Needs You: Breaking Stereotypical Attitudes Towards The Public Sector

27 Feb 2020 in

In the 2017 UK Police Diversity Report, it was stated that no police force in England and Wales has Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic (BAME) representation which matches its local demographic. Police Now, Unlocked and Transform Society commissioned this research piece in 2018 to unpack the disparity through understanding university students perceptions of the public sector.   

Opportunity blocked: the impact of the SU on student life

28 Nov 2019 in

Opportunity blocked: how student opportunities and SUs relate to student life, belonging and outcomes

At Wonkhe, we are real fans of the UK’s unique Students’ Union sector. Earlier this year we launched Wonkhe SUs – a subscription service designed to support SU officers and staff to represent students’ effectively.

Out & Proud: New Research into the Experiences of LGBT+ Young People

11 Oct 2019 in

To mark National Coming Out Day, Cibyl, part of Group GTI, launched brand new research looking into the experiences of young LGBT+ people at university and work. The study was commissioned by Clifford Chance, Deutsche Bank and University of York, supported by National Student Pride.

An exceptional panel was brought together to reflect on the findings, consisting of Tanya Compass, Rhammel Afflick, Paris Lees, Dominic Arnall, Tehzeeb Bukhari.

Some of the interesting themes that came out of the research and were explored by the panel include: