|Area served||Global with focus on the US and UK|
|Focus||Education, LGBTQ, Respect, Bullying and Homophobia|
|Method||Popular Education and social media awareness campaigns|
|Motto||Global Respect In Education. Striving for equality for all in education.|
GRIN Campaign, Global Respect in Education, is a transatlantic non-profit organisation and advocacy group which campaigns primarily for lesbian gay bisexual transgender and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) people's social and political equality in education. It seeks to end discrimination, harassment, and bullying based on sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression in all educational institutes with an underlying message that "being different was 'cool'". It is one of the first campaigns of its kind to originate outside the United States, be run by students and intentionally international. The campaign supports both direct action and a viral photographic protest, known as “RESPECT” to help "make respecting people in school a cool idea" and ignorance to be “uncool”. The photographs show people in front of a white backdrop wearing block rainbow colors with “RESPECT” painted on their face in the colors of the gay pride flag. The campaign was created on October 29, 2010 by Bedales School student, Claudia White. The RESPECT photographs are featured on the campaigns website, as well as Facebook and Flickr, the campaign also had over 1000 followers on Twitter within a week of its website going live
It was inaugurated in response to a rash of widely-publicized bullying-related suicides of juvenile, particularly, LGBTQ youth, school students in the last half of 2010 both homophobic and transphobic, including that of Tyler Clementi. It was established as a UK and US alternative to other, older LGBT civil rights advocacy organizations, which do not place as much emphasis on education, and focus only on the United States. The campaign hopes to build awareness in the same spirit as the Day of Silence, It Gets Better Project, No on 8 campaigns and efforts to repeal Don't Ask Don't Tell.
In 2011 the campaign has worked to add "amendments to the UK’s Educational White Paper and are writing letters to corporations in the UK that they believe are being homophobic or transphobic." In the summer of 2012 the campaign received a grant to travel to San Francisco in the United States to teach lessons about discrimination based bullying and utilize the RESPECT photographic campaign.
 See also
- Bryan Moore, "Respect protest: Anti-bullying effort launches beyond the United States", San Diego Gay & Lesbian News, December 24th, 2010.
- "Teens from Sussex School Go Public with Their GRIN Photo Campaign to Combat Bulling of Gays in Schools", UK Gay News, December 31, 2010.
- "On the Show from 9 January 2011- School Students' Global Respect IN Education (GRIN) Campaign & Whitehawk & Manor Farm History Society Book", RadioReverb (97.2 FM - East Sussex), 9 January 2011.
- "Online anti-bullying campaign launched", Petersford Post, 18 March 2011, page 5.
- Tom C. "Gaytalk Live", 4 December 2010, Episode 048/383, Queer Public Radio.
- Jason Chu, B. Brian Topaz editor, "Put On a GRIN and Stand for Equality", SF Gam Newpower, 9 December, 2011.
- "Sgoilearan Sussex a’ dèanamh sabaid air gràin air luchd-gèidh le iomairt GRIN", Naidheachdan Pinc, January 1, 2011.
- "School Children Encouraged To GRIN", Shout Out: BCFM 93.2 (Bristol, UK), 10 December 2010.
- "Teenager Launches Global Respect in Education (GRIN) Campaign", Bedales, 15/11/2010.[unreliable source?]
- Michael Diviesti, "The GRIN Campaign, bringing respect for the LGBT community to our schools", Twenty Ten, December 14, 2010. (audio interview version at )
- "Teenager Launches Global Respect in Education", Gay UK News, 3 December 2010.