Tag Archive | LGBT Survey

BeLonG To: One Year Later – LGBTI+ Life in Lockdown

BeLonG To: One Year Later – LGBTI+ Life in Lockdown

Last year, BeLonG To’s LGBTI+ Life in Lockdown research revealed that 93% of LGBTI+ young people struggled with anxiety, stress, and depression during lockdown, compared to the 53% of the general youth population. They are re-running this research this year, to see if anything has changed for LGBTI+ young people, and continue to best support […]

Survey: Most LGBT+ Europeans fear holding partner’s hand in public

Survey: Most LGBT+ Europeans fear holding partner’s hand in public

Six in 10 LGBT+ Europeans would not hold a same-sex partner’s hand in public, for fear of harassment or assault, according to a major study published on Thursday. The survey of nearly 140,000 people found progress on tackling anti-LGBT+ discrimination had largely stalled in recent years, and in some areas appears to be sliding backwards.

BeLonG To: National School Climate Survey

BeLonG To: National School Climate Survey

It’s 29 years since the World Health Organisation removed homosexuality as a mental illness from the International Classification of Diseases. May 17th is now IDAHOBIT – International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia – a time to champion inclusion and build a better world for the LGBTI+ community. BeLonG To are excited to launch their first […]

BeLonG To: LGBT Mental Health Survey

BeLonG To: LGBT Mental Health Survey

  BeLonG To Youth Services is carrying out research on the mental health experiences of LGBTI+ youth in Ireland. This research will help shape their new mental health campaign to support LGBTI+ young people seeking help and support relating to mental health challenges. Help shape the future of LGBTI+ Youth Mental Health. Take this survey and […]

NXF Survey – Burning Issues 2: What’s Next For LGBT Ireland?

NXF Survey – Burning Issues 2: What’s Next For LGBT Ireland?

In 2015, after years of dedicated LGBT activism, the LGBT community in Ireland have achieved marriage equality, gender recognition, and legal protections of LGBT staff in religious-run institutions. Following these momentous gains, in an election year, and as we approach the centenary of the 1916 Rising, the National LGBT Federation (NXF) is now asking: “What […]