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Working with LGBTI+ Young People - Thurles, Co. Tipperary

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GOSHH are providing free training days for professionals who are working with LGBTI+ Young People in the Mid-West.

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The LGBTI+ National youth Strategy states that organizations should be addressing the following areas:

• Discrimination, victimization, stigmatization, and abuse.

• Difficulties coming out to families and communities

• Limited understanding by professional service providers and broader society of LGBTI+ issues

• Mental, physical and sexual health challenges

In response to this, GOSHH will be providing a number of one day training workshops. The aim of the day is to support professionals working with young people who identify as LGBTI+.

Some of the key learning goals of the day include:

• Building confidence to facilitate LGBTI+ discussions

• Increase capacity to support clients/service users who identify as LGBTI+

• Identify & become familiar with best practice guidelines & policies

• Learn to identify Homophobic & Transphobic behaviour

• Build capacity to support individuals who are experiencing discrimination on the grounds of their gender and/or orientation

• Explore how gender and orientation impacts the experience of individuals in society.

The workshop has elements of facilitated discussion, participatory learning, and personal development. Methodologies include large and small group work, individual reflection, group discussion and audio visual learning aids.

These events are funded by the Department of Children & Youth Affairs under the What Works Initiative and the National LGBTI+ Youth Strategy.

The timetable for the workshop is:

09.30 Registration

10.00 Event Starts (promptly)

11.15 Coffee Break

13.00 Lunch

14.00 Start of afternoon session

15.15 Break

17.00 End of event

A light lunch will be provided as will a certificate of attendance. Please note that is a requirement to attend the full day training event – if for any reason you are unable to commit to the full day please do not reserve a place.

Availability is limited and there is a limit to two spaces per organisation. In the event of non-attendance (without prior communication or cancellation), a non-cancellation fee of €50.00 will be applied if you reserve a place and fail to attend without cancelling your booking (via Eventbrite).

It is the responsibility of the organiser of this meeting to ensure each person attending is vaccinated and keep a record of contact information for all attendees” therefore we ask that you bring your vaccination certificate and a form of identification .

These events are funded by the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth & Tusla Child & Family Agency, under the What Works Initiative and the National LGBTI+ Youth Strategy

For more information please contact info@goshh.ie


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GOSHH is a charity which provides a safe, confidential, welcoming environment for everyone we work with.

Our office is based in Limerick City and we work throughout the Counties of Limerick, Clare, and North Tipperary. We focus on the promotion of equality and wellbeing of all with a positive and respectful approach to sexual orientation and gender diversity. 

Formed in 1989, Limerick AIDS Alliance operated   until 1994 when the name changed to Red Ribbon Project reflecting the breadth of sexual health services provided throughout the Mid-West of Ireland. Gay Switchboard Limerick was founded in 1986 and became Rainbow Support Services in 2001 reflecting the wide variety of identities supported throughout the Mid-West of Ireland.

Both projects joined together in 2013 and became GOSHH in 2014. 

Vist www.goshh.ie for more information

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