Second-level schools take a stand against LGBTI+ related bullying during Stand Up Awareness Week

BeLonG To Youth Services, the national LGBTI+ youth organisation, today has called for all second level students in Ireland to be an ally and stand up for the LGBTI+ community by using words that have the power to heal, not hurt. BeLonG To has recruited supporters including MEP Maria Walsh, designer and broadcaster Brendan Courtney, actress Lola Petticrew and TikTok stars […]

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Youth Organisations #BringingPrideHome for LGBTI+ Young People Across Ireland

Youth organisations partner for #BringingPrideHome campaign to support LGBTI+ young people as Pride Parade moves online.   Nearly 1,000 LGBTI+ young people are set to receive a Pride Self-Care Pack to keep the spirit of Pride alive while remaining socially distant as the annual Dublin Pride parade is moved online for the second year due to Covid-19 restrictions. Three leading […]

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Mental Health Crisis for LGBTI+ Young People as New Figures Show 97% are Struggling with Anxiety, Stress or Depression

New national survey released during Pride Month shows mental health of LGBTI+ young people has acutely deteriorated during Covid-19   Findings from a national survey conducted by BeLonG To Youth Services reveal the consequence of the pandemic for LGBTI+ young people. The research shows that 97% of LGBTI+ youth are struggling with anxiety, stress, or depression. The pandemic poses a […]

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Anxiety, Isolation & Fear of Family Rejection Increase Demand for LGBTI+ Support Services by 113%

New figures from BeLonG To Youth Services, the national organisation supporting LGBTI+ young people, show a huge spike in demand for support in 2020. Today, launching their 2020 Annual Report, the organisation revealed a 113% increase in support through their frontline service, supporting 1,540 individuals, compared to 717 in 2019. Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman […]

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Anila O’Sullivan, Salesforce Administrator

Pronouns: she/her   What is your life motto? Time is the most beautiful thing you can spend.   Who inspires you? Social Democrat TD Holly Cairns, I think she is a strong voice for women in Ireland and always has interesting questions to put forward to ministers in the Dail. She recently showed support for the LGBTI+ Youth Leadership Programme on […]

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Cabra Rainbow Group

Cabra Rainbow Group Cabra for Youth CLG’s Rainbow Group  This group is for LGBT+ young people and allies. It’s a place to come, meet new friends, chill out, and have fun. Find us: Cabra Parkside Sports & Community Complex, Ratoath Road, Cabra, Dublin 7 Phone us:  085 280 2823 Email us:  mary@cabraforyouth.ie Website: cabraforyouth.ie

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