Tag Archive | LGBT Survey
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 […]
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.
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 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 […]
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 […]