Urgent action needed as research reveals an alarming 73% of LGBTI+ students feel unsafe at school

Urgent action needed as research reveals an alarming 73% of LGBTI+ students feel unsafe at school   National school survey shows LGBTI+ students experience physical and sexual assault, harassment and abuse at school. Tuesday, November 12th, 2019 BeLonG To Youth Services calls on the Minister of Education, Joe McHugh TD and second-level schools to take urgent action following the shocking […]

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LGBTI+ Young People Need More Than Token Gestures – Strategic Plan 2019-2021

LGBTI+ Young People Need More Than Token Gestures – Strategic Plan 2019-2021 Press Release Tuesday, May 7th 2019 Flying a rainbow flag is a great first step, but real inclusion needs a whole community approach says BeLonG To Youth Services, today launching their three-year plan for the future of LGBTI+ young people in Ireland ‘Sharing the Learning’. The 2019-2021 Strategic […]

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Closed for the Holidays

We will be closed from Friday, December 21st 2018 until Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019. This includes all Youth Groups, Monday Chats, Phone and Email Support and the Drugs and Alcohol Services. If you feel overwhelmed and are struggling to cope over Christmas, please reach out and talk to someone. The @Samaritans provide 24-hour support on their freephone number 116 123. […]

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BeLonG To Youth Services Celebrate €71,000 Rainbow Ball Fundraiser

BeLonG To Youth Services Celebrate €71,000 Rainbow Ball Fundraiser   Tuesday, November 20th, 2018   On Friday, November 16th BeLonG To Youth Services hosted the second annual Rainbow Ball in the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin raising €71,000 for vital LGBTI+ youth support services. Celebrities, corporate partners and allies came together for a moving night to support LGBTI+ young people. The Rainbow […]

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Facebook and BeLonG To Youth Services Launch Online Guide to be Kinder Online

Facebook and BeLonG To Youth Services Launch Online Guide to be Kinder Online Wednesday 14 November 2018: Today, Facebook and BeLonG To Youth Services have launched a guide to tackle the abuse of young LGBTI+ people online entitled, ‘End Bullying, Be Kind Online’. The online guide is launched as part of BeLonG To’s Stand Up Awareness Week during which all second-level […]

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76% Of LGBTI+ Youth Name Bullying At School As A Source of Major Anxiety

76% Of LGBTI+ Youth Name Bullying At School As A Source of Major Anxiety  Second-level schools take a stand against LGBTI+ related bullying during Stand Up Awareness Week Monday, November 12th, 2018 Research from BeLonG To Youth Services highlights the harrowing effects of homophobic, biphobic, and transphobic bullying on the mental health of LGBTI+ youth. A huge 76% of LGBTI+ […]

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Statement In Response To Exclusion Of LGBTI+ Groups From The World Meeting Of Families

Statement In Response To Exclusion Of LGBTI+ Groups From The World Meeting Of Families For Immediate Release: 14/08/2018 Moninne Griffith, Executive Director of BeLonG To Youth Services, the national organisation for LGBTI+ young people, commented on the news that LGBTI+ groups have been denied permission to join World Meeting of Families exhibition hall: “We are disappointed and saddened at the […]

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Access to Gender Recognition for Young Transgender and Non-Binary People

Access to Gender Recognition for Young Transgender and Non-Binary People BeLonG To Welcomes the Report from the Review of the 2015 Gender Recognition Act Wednesday, July 18, 2018 The process of gender recognition for under 18’s is poised for historical reform with recommendations made as part of the Review of the Gender Recognition Act 2015. BeLonG To Youth Services welcomes […]

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