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BeLonG To have an evening of fun and entertainment lined up for you this Friday! Join them for their Queerantine Quiz – a virtual pub quiz. One of the most loved drag queens, the fabulous Bunny O’Hare, will host the event in support of their work with LGBTI+ young people.
Below is an important message from ‘BeLonG To’ LGBT+ Youth Services: “Regardless of what is happening in the world, we are here for LGBTI+ young people. Our Youth Workers are providing text, email and phone support for those who need it during this time of uncertainty. We know that some LGBTI+ young people may feel […]
‘BeLonG To’ have closed their face to face services until the end of March, as a precautionary measure to protect service users and community from the risk of COVID-19 virus. They will still be providing their Monday Chats Service for information, referral, and advice over phone, email, and SMS. To arrange to talk to one […]
‘BeLonG To’ ask that you spare 10 minutes to help shape the future of LGBTI+ healthcare in Ireland. The HSE are developing their Corporate Plan, and want to know what you want to see prioritised in the health service over the next 5 years. This is your opportunity to let them know the healthcare needs […]
How will you vote in this election? Do you know where your candidate stands on LGBTI+ issues? BeLonG To would like you to ask your election candidates to protect and advance the rights of LGBTI+ youth. They have set out 10 commitments that the new government could include in their programme for government to improve […]
With the new year in sight, BeLonG To are reflecting on 2019. For LGBTI+ young people, it’s been a year of changes and of challenges, with a terrifying increase in both hate speech and hate crimes. Amid these challenges, thanks to your support, BeLonG To have been there to meet the needs of hundreds of […]
Review of the Gender Recognition Act 2015 A Joint Response from BeLonG To and TENI – Transgender Equality Network Ireland Signed by Moninne Griffith and Sara Phillips of BeLonG To and TENI: Like many members of the LGBTI+ community, we have been waiting for news about the review of the Gender Recognition Act 2015. At […]