Minister O’Gorman announces LGBTI+ Youth Leadership Programme

Friday 5th March 2021   Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, T.D., has today announced a new LGBTI+ Youth Leadership Programme aimed at LGBTI+ young people. The LGBTI+ Youth Leadership Programme will be run by Foróige in collaboration with BelongTo and is open to applications from all LBGTI+ young people. The Programme aims to enable LGBTI+ […]

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Minister O’Gorman announces LGBTI+ Youth Leadership Programme

Friday 5th March 2021 Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman, T.D., has today announced a new LGBTI+ Youth Leadership Programme aimed at LGBTI+ young people. The LGBTI+ Youth Leadership Programme will be run by Foróige in collaboration with BelongTo and is open to applications from all LBGTI+ young people. The Programme aims to enable LGBTI+ young […]

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Coláiste Chill Mhantáin step-ups to create a safe space for Wicklow LGBTI+ Students in Ireland’s first LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project

December 2020  73% of second-level Irish LGBTI+ students feel unsafe at school   Coláiste Chill Mhantáin is the first school in Wicklow to sign up to participate in a new national LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project Coláiste Chill Mhantáin and 20 other schools nationwide are leading the way by partnering with BeLonGTo Youth Services to undertake its LGBTI+ Safe […]

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Borrisokane Community College and Colaiste Mhuire Co-Ed step-up to create a safe space for Tipperary LGBTI+ Students in Ireland’s first LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project

December 2020  73% of second-level Irish LGBTI+ students feel unsafe at school   Borrisokane Community College and Colaiste Mhuire Co Ed are the first schools in Tipperary to sign up to participate in a new national LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project. They and 18 other schools nationwide are leading the way by partnering with BeLonGTo Youth Services to undertake […]

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O’Carolan College and St Peters College step-up to create a safe space for Meath LGBTI+ Students in Ireland’s first LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project

December 2020  73% of second-level Irish LGBTI+ students feel unsafe at school   O’Carolan College and St Peters College two of the first schools in Meath to sign up to participate in a new national LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project. O’Carolan College, St Peters College and 18 other schools nationwide are leading the way by partnering with BeLonGTo Youth […]

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Merlin College and Coláiste Bhaile Chláir step-up to create a safe space for Galway LGBTI+ Students in Ireland’s first LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project

December 2020  73% of second-level Irish LGBTI+ students feel unsafe at school     Merlin College and Coláiste Bhaile Chláir are the first two schools in Galway to sign up to participate in a new national LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project.  Merlin College, Coláiste Bhaile Chláir and 18 other schools nationwide are leading the way by partnering with BeLonGTo […]

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Davis College step-ups to create a safe space for Cork LGBTI+ Students in Ireland’s first LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project

December 2020  73% of second-level Irish LGBTI+ students feel unsafe at school   Davis College is the first school in Cork to sign up to participate in a new national LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project. Davis College and 19 other schools nationwide are leading the way by partnering with BeLonGTo Youth Services to undertake its LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive […]

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Scariff Community College step-ups to create a safe space for Co. Clare LGBTI+ Students in Ireland’s first LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project

December 2020 73% of second-level Irish LGBTI+ students feel unsafe at school   Scariff Community College is the first school in Co. Clare to sign up to participate in a new national LGBTI+ Safe & Supportive Schools Project. Scariff Community College and 19 other schools nationwide are leading the way by partnering with BeLonGTo Youth Services to undertake its LGBTI+ […]

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Over half of Irish students believe coming out as LGBTI+ will lead to bullying.

Monday November 16th 2020 Second-level schools take a stand against LGBTI+ related bullying during Stand Up Awareness Week   A poll from BeLonG To Youth Services, the national LGBTI+ youth organisation shows students correlate coming out as LGBTI+. with bullying.  Some 52% of students believe that if someone in their school comes out as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans, that […]

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