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BeLonG To Youth Services
Supporting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Intersex Young People in Ireland. Registered Charity Number 20059798
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BeLonG To Youth Services 18h
is a new festival for LGBTI+ folk and allies happening this weekend in Dublin. Use your travel time to take our Climate Survey and let us know what life is like for + students.
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BeLonG To Youth Services Aug 15
“I just was in such a bad place... I don’t want advice, because I’m not going to take it anyway. I just wanted to be heard.” - on seeing a therapist. We offer free Crisis Counselling for + young people 👉
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LGBT Ireland Aug 15
To encourage inclusive healthcare, developed a new e-learning resource with on ! Learn how to make small but important changes to your everyday practices
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BeLonG To Youth Services Aug 14
Meet Sean Frayne, Youth Activities Coordinator & Sexual Health Worker “As someone who was a former young person here, BeLonG To is a home away from home. I step through that front door I never feel like I'm going to work. We are all about acceptance & equality".
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IGLYO Aug 13
When teachers & school staff are trained on inclusion they can help create safe, caring & supportive learning environments. Unfortunately many member states, teacher training in this area is not offered or only being offered by NGOs.
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BeLonG To Youth Services Aug 13
Good luck to everyone getting their results today. You are more valuable than any exam results - good or bad. Take care of yourself and your friends today. If you need someone to talk to, call on 116 123 🎨 art by 🎨
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BeLonG To Youth Services Aug 12
results are out tomorrow. Take some time to complete our and let us know what school life is like for young people
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HSE Sexual Wellbeing Aug 12
The Gay Men's Health Service has moved! We are now open at Meath Primary Care Centre, Heytesbury Street, Dublin 8
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BeLonG To Youth Services Aug 12
To all young people, today is your day! It's International Youth Day, and the perfect opportunity to join one of our many youth groups taking place around Ireland:
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Eric Ehigie ISSU Aug 7
have released a, 10-15 minute, survey based on the experiences of LGBTQI+ students in secondary school. Take the time to fill it in and let your voice be heard! Link:
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BeLonG To Youth Services Aug 6
Our stick together, always! Come check our group for young and nonbinary friends at 6pm next Thurs, Aug 15 in Dublin. For more info on the group, visit 🌈 Art by
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BeLonG To Youth Services Aug 5
If you are shopping in this month, please support our work through the Tesco - in stores around Ireland 🙌
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BeLonG To Youth Services Aug 4
Now is your chance to have your voice heard! What's it like to be an student in Ireland? Take our survey and let us know! 👉 👈
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Coláiste na Mí Career Guidance Aug 3
Belong to are a great support to our school. This survey is confidential and worth filling out to further help the service find ways to support students.
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AsIAm.ie Aug 3
'I do not exist as a fraction, and I cannot extricate my queerness from my autism.' Powerful words from Chrysanthe Tan. Through work with organisations like we hope to accommodate these intersecting identities.
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BeLonG To Youth Services Aug 3
What's it like to an student? We want to know!👏 Have your voice heard by taking our school climate survey 🏳️‍🌈
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BeLonG To Youth Services Aug 3
Reminder: Tomorrow, Sunday the 4th of August, BeLonG To Sunday will not meet due to the bank holiday. See you soon!
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IFPA Aug 2
Anyone with a cervix needs to be aware the HPV virus, which causes most cervical cancers, can be passed on by any sexual activity. But a UK report suggests 1 in 5 lesbian & bisexual women have never had a smear test
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BeLonG To Youth Services Aug 3
Don't forget, Parade is happening tomorrow August 4th at the Grand Parade Boardwalk! Parade Assembly 1pm for 2pm Start. Celebrate 50 years since Stonewall with and then come to the Pride After Party from 3pm - 6pm 😍
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Community Foundation Aug 2
would like you to take part in a survey to better understand the school “climate” for LGBTI+ young people in Ireland & help improve it, use your voice at . Your response will help to ensure that Irish schools are a safe place for everyone.
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