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BeLonG To: LGBTI+ Support in Other Languages


BeLonG To recently welcomed international friends at their head office in Dublin. These young LGBTI+ activists were from the organisation, Zagreb Pride, based in Croatia.

Meetings like this highlight how, despite language barriers and borders, all are connected as members of the LGBTI+ community, and can support one another to feel equal, safe and valued.

With BeLonG To’s new digital project, they are connecting with, and offering support to, LGBTI+ youth whose first language is not English, thanks to the generous support of The Community Foundation for Ireland.

Moninne Griffith of BeLonG To is delighted to tell you that they now have a new facility on their website for young people seeking advice and guidance in French, Polish, Lithuanian, Arabic, and Urdu.

Within this online hub, helpful advice and tips can be found on the issues of mental and physical health, relationships, understanding sexuality, and gender identity, coming out, and more.

With this resource, more LGBTI+ young people will have the ability to access vital information important to their needs.

You can check out the resource on their website, and share it with your friends.

 

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