Ireland (Dublin)

Empowering LGT Young People
Against Violence

A P2P Model

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BeLonGTo BeLonGTo
Parliament House, 13 Parliament Street - Dublin 2
+353 1 670 6223
BeLonGTo is the national organisation for LGBT young people aged between 14 and 23. Established in 2003, they provide a safe, positive, and fun environment for LGBT young people.

Gay Community News (GCN)

Gay Community News (GCN) Gay Community News (GCN)
2 Exchange St Upper - Dublin 8
+353 1 675 5025
GCN (Gay Community News) is Ireland’s longest-running national gay publication and a not-for-profit registered charity. It was first published on February 10, 1988 after Tonie Walsh and Catherine Glendon, both activists on the Dublin gay scene; decided it was time for Ireland’s gay and lesbian population to have a free publication of their own.


G-Force G-Force
+353 87 1921843
G-force is an LGBT group of Gardaí. The aim of G-Force is to provide a confidential support structure for LGBT members, both personally and professionally within an Garda Síochána.


2 Exchange Street Upper - Dublin 8
+353 1 6728650
GLEN (Gay & Lesbian Equality Network) is working to achieve full equality and inclusion for LGB people in Ireland, and protection from all forms of discrimination. It was founded in 1988 and has been committed to securing legislative and social policy changes to bring about equality for the LGB population in Ireland ever since.

Greenbow LGBT Society of Ireland

Greenbow LGBT Society of Ireland Greenbow LGBT Society of Ireland
Outhouse, 105 Capel Street - Dublin 8

Greenbow LGBT Society of Ireland is a registered charity run for the benefit of all Deaf LGBT adults all over Ireland. Their aim is to support and develop the deaf LGBT community of Ireland.

LGBT Lawyers Association of Ireland

LGBT Lawyers Association of Ireland LGBT Lawyers Association of Ireland
Outhouse, Capel Street - Dublin 1
The LGBT Lawyers’ Association of Ireland is an educational, advisory and advocacy group made up of LGBT and allied lawyers and students in Ireland. Their aim is to create awareness of the legal issues affecting the LGBT community, to combat discrimination and to advocate for equality.

LGBT Noise

LGBT Noise LGBT Noise
LGBT Noise, C/O Outhouse, 105 Capel Street - Dublin 1
+353 86 8387471
LGBT Noise is an independent non-party political group which is campaigning for the provision of civil marriage for all people in Ireland irrespective of gender and sexual identity. Noise is also active in highlighting other areas of discrimination against LGBT people such as; homophobia, the blood ban, religious ethos exemption, parenting and reproductive rights.

Marriage Equality

Marriage Equality Marriage Equality
4th Floor, 2-3 Parnell Square East - Dublin 1
+353 85 1002477
Marriage Equality is a non-profit, single issue, national grassroots advocacy organisation. They argue that lesbians and gay men should have the right to marry, in a civil registry office, and gain the same legal rights associated with marriage for themselves and their families.


C/O GCN, the Skylab, 2 Exchange St Upper - Dublin 2
+353 1 675 5025
The NXF is an Irish voluntary non-governmental organisation working for the betterment LGBT people. For the past 22 years, the NXF has published GCN magazine as a free resource for Ireland’s LGBT community.


Outhouse Outhouse
105 Capel Street - Dublin 1
+353 1 873 4999

Outhouse is the resource and community centre for the LGBT communities in Dublin. Outhouse has come about through the efforts of people who have been working since 1994 to provide a focal point for LGBT communities. Open 7 days a week, its services include: a café, meeting rooms, information and referral services, library, theatre space and support to community groups and organisations.

Running Amach

Running Amach Running Amach
Running Amach is a Social Networking Club for LGBTQ Women. Most Events are organised in Dublin but events happen all over the Country.

TENI (Transgender Equality Network Ireland)

TENI (Transgender Equality Network Ireland) TENI (Transgender Equality Network Ireland)
Unit 2, 4 Ellis Quay - Dublin 7
+353 1 873 3575
TENI is non-profit organisation which supports the transgender community in Ireland. TENI seeks to improve the situation and advance the rights and equality of trans people and their families.

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