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- LGBTQ+ workshops
- Employee events
- Interactive e-learning
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Our specialist training can now be delivered in person or virtually. For more information call +353 (0)1 670 6223 or email email@example.com.
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- LGBTQ+ Inclusive Schools and Youth Services
- Creating LGBTQ+ Inclusive Workplaces
Other roles undertaken by volunteers include supporting our fundraising and governance through various subcommittees and working groups.
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By the end of this training programme, participants should be able.
Volunteering with Belong To means the world – this service is such a strong force for positivity, and I’m honored to be a part of it. The young people make my life brighter, and I’m so thankful to have them in my life.
Maggie McAlister (she/her), Belong To Volunteer
LGBTQ+ youth are calling on social media users to play a role in creating safer online spaces as part of a campaign by the national LGBTQ+ youth organisation, Belong To.
‘It’s Our Social Media’ emphasises that social media is powered by the user and that online experiences can be shaped by acting on two simple slogans #FeedTheGood and #BlockTheBad.
This is a blockquote element. Online platforms are places we can connect, express ourselves, learn and explore. But we know sometimes they can also turn nasty. There’s a lot of hate online, and much of this is directed towards members of the LGBTQ+ community. We need to remember that social media is powered by us – the users. If it’s toxic, we can help change it. We can shape it for the better.
It’s not solely the user who can make these changes. Better regulation can hold social media companies to account and make a big difference to our experience online. That’s why we are calling on the Government to amend the Online Safety and Media Regulation Bill.
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Support Someone Coming Out
If someone chooses to come out to you, it’s because they trust and want to share this important part of themselves with you.Learn how
Coming Out to Others
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Better Out Than In
Growing up can be tough and being LGBTI+ can bring more challenges. Taking the brave step of opening up to someone about your worries and fears is worth it.Find out more
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