Belong To Welcomes Draft SPHE Programme

Press Release   Belong To Welcomes Draft SPHE Programme LGBTQ+ youth organisation Belong To welcomes positive steps to LGBTQ+ inclusion made in draft Junior Cycle SPHE curriculum   Monday, July 18th, 2022   On Monday, July 18th the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) published the Draft Junior Cycle Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) Curriculum. Belong To, a […]

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First In-Person Pride For Many LGBTQ+ Young People

First In-Person Pride For Many LGBTQ+ Young People Over 800 LGBTQ+ Young People will March with Belong To and Youth Work Ireland at Dublin Pride this Saturday. Following two years of online Pride events, due to Covid-19, LGBTQ+ youth from across the country will come together for Pride in-person this weekend for the first time since 2019. As part of this year’s Dublin Pride, over […]

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Leading Youth work organisations & youth workers call for action on healthcare crisis for trans and non-binary young people.

Leading Youth work organisations & youth workers call for action on healthcare crisis for trans and non-binary young people. Belong To, Foróige, Youth Work Ireland, the National Youth Council of Ireland, and over 70 youth workers across the country called on government ministers and HSE officials this week to urgently address the absence of gender-related healthcare services for trans and […]

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Roscommon Community College awarded as a safe space for Roscommon LGBTQ+ students

In 2020, Roscommon Community College signed up to participate in a new national LGBTQ+ Safe & Supportive Schools project run by Belong To, LGBTQ+ Youth Ireland. Roscommon Community College now joins 12 other schools nationwide in being accredited by Belong To as a Safe & Supportive school for LGBTQ+ students. The schools received an award from The Lord Mayor of […]

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O’Carolan College & St. Peter’s College awarded as safe spaces for Meath LGBTQ+ students

In 2020, both O’Carolan College & St. Peter’s College signed up to participate in a new national LGBTQ+ Safe & Supportive Schools project run by Belong To, LGBTQ+ Youth Ireland. They now join 11 other schools nationwide in being accredited by Belong To as a Safe & Supportive school for LGBTQ+ students. The schools received an award from The Lord […]

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Naas Community College & Piper’s Hill College awarded as safe spaces for Kildare LGBTQ+ students

In 2020, both Naas Community College & Piper’s Hill College signed up to participate in a new national LGBTQ+ Safe & Supportive Schools project run by Belong To, LGBTQ+ Youth Ireland. They now join 11 other schools nationwide in being accredited by Belong To as a Safe & Supportive school for LGBTQ+ students. The schools received an award from The […]

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Marino College and Kingswood Community College awarded as safe spaces for Dublin LGBTQ+ students

In 2020, both Marino College and Kingswood Community College signed up to participate in a new national LGBTQ+ Safe & Supportive Schools project run by Belong To, LGBTQ+ Youth Ireland. They now join 11 other schools nationwide in being accredited by Belong To as a Safe & Supportive school for LGBTQ+ students. The schools received an award from The Lord […]

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Coláiste Iósaef & St. Coláiste Íde agus Iosef awarded as safe spaces for Limerick LGBTQ+ students

In 2020, both Coláiste Iósaef, & St. Coláiste Íde agus Iosef signed up to participate in a new national LGBTQ+ Safe & Supportive Schools project run by Belong To, LGBTQ+ Youth Ireland. They now join 11 other schools nationwide in being accredited by Belong To as a Safe & Supportive school for LGBTQ+ students. The schools received an award from […]

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