BeLonG To Youth Services Celebrate €71,000 Rainbow Ball Fundraiser

BeLonG To Youth Services Celebrate €71,000 Rainbow Ball Fundraiser   Tuesday, November 20th, 2018   On Friday, November 16th BeLonG To Youth Services hosted the second annual Rainbow Ball in the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin raising €71,000 for vital LGBTI+ youth support services. Celebrities, corporate partners and allies came together for a moving night to support LGBTI+ young people. The Rainbow […]

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Facebook and BeLonG To Youth Services Launch Online Guide to be Kinder Online

Facebook and BeLonG To Youth Services Launch Online Guide to be Kinder Online Wednesday 14 November 2018: Today, Facebook and BeLonG To Youth Services have launched a guide to tackle the abuse of young LGBTI+ people online entitled, ‘End Bullying, Be Kind Online’. The online guide is launched as part of BeLonG To’s Stand Up Awareness Week during which all second-level […]

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76% Of LGBTI+ Youth Name Bullying At School As A Source of Major Anxiety

76% Of LGBTI+ Youth Name Bullying At School As A Source of Major Anxiety  Second-level schools take a stand against LGBTI+ related bullying during Stand Up Awareness Week Monday, November 12th, 2018 Research from BeLonG To Youth Services highlights the harrowing effects of homophobic, biphobic, and transphobic bullying on the mental health of LGBTI+ youth. A huge 76% of LGBTI+ […]

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Statement In Response To Exclusion Of LGBTI+ Groups From The World Meeting Of Families

Statement In Response To Exclusion Of LGBTI+ Groups From The World Meeting Of Families For Immediate Release: 14/08/2018 Moninne Griffith, Executive Director of BeLonG To Youth Services, the national organisation for LGBTI+ young people, commented on the news that LGBTI+ groups have been denied permission to join World Meeting of Families exhibition hall: “We are disappointed and saddened at the […]

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Access to Gender Recognition for Young Transgender and Non-Binary People

Access to Gender Recognition for Young Transgender and Non-Binary People BeLonG To Welcomes the Report from the Review of the 2015 Gender Recognition Act Wednesday, July 18, 2018 The process of gender recognition for under 18’s is poised for historical reform with recommendations made as part of the Review of the Gender Recognition Act 2015. BeLonG To Youth Services1 welcomes […]

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Launch of National LGBTI+ Youth Strategy

Supports Needed For LGBTI+ Young People At School And In Rural Communities Minister of Children and Youth Affairs, Katherine Zappone launches the National LGBTI+ Youth Strategy – a world first.  Friday, 29th June 2018 The National LGBTI+ Youth Strategy has identified the urgent need for support for LGBTI+ young people particularly in rural areas and at school. BeLonG To Youth Services welcomes […]

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Minister Katherine Zappone And Former President, Mary Mcaleese To March Alongside Lgbti+ Young People At Dublin Pride

Minister Katherine Zappone And Former President, Mary Mcaleese To March Alongside LGBTI+ Young People At Dublin Pride   Friday, June 29th, 2018 Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Katherine Zappone and Former President of Ireland, Dr Mary McAleese will march alongside hundreds of LGBTI+ young people at the Dublin Pride Parade tomorrow. BeLonG To Youth Services and Youth Work Ireland […]

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BeLonG To Announces New Mental Health Youth Campaign Supported by Bank of Ireland

BeLonG To Announces New Mental Health Youth Campaign Supported by Bank of Ireland   Thursday, June 28th, 2018 The campaign will aim to promote a more positive ‘help-seeking’ attitude across the LGBTI+  youth community for those struggling with mental health problems.   BeLonG To Youth Services the national organisation supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI+) youth, has announced […]

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