Mr Lunn previously sought to amendment the Assembly’s Addressing Bullying in Schools Bill in 2015 in order to include homophobic and racial harassment.
“This research clearly shows the support is not there in many instances for young LGBT people in the school environment,” he said.
“Alliance previously sought to submit amendments to the Assembly’s anti-bullying Bill to ensure it covered homophobic bullying, so we are well aware of the serious and ongoing problem unfortunately experienced by many and for various reasons.
“We need a functioning Executive and Education Minister in position as soon as possible to put into place measures to ensure this discrimination becomes illegal and is brought to an end. If we are to have a truly united community, then we must value every member of it, no matter their gender or sexuality.”