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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Dropbox Foundation announces new partnership with BeLonG To Youth Services

The Dropbox Foundation has announced that it is partnering with the Dublin based non-profit, BeLonG To Youth Services. As part of this partnership, BeLonG To will receive unrestricted funding from the organisation, providing vital flexibility – and allowing BelonG To to move quickly and effectively in its campaigns advocating for young LGBTI+ people. BeLonG To is an LGBTI+ rights organisation […]

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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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Closed for the Holidays

Our Frontline Youth Service will be closed from Friday, Dec 18- Monday, Jan 4. This includes all Youth Groups, Phone and Email Support, and Drugs and Alcohol Services. Our weekly groups will be back on Monday, Jan 11. Our office will be closed from Wednesday, Dec 23- Monday, Jan 4. If you feel overwhelmed and are struggling to cope over […]

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