We are looking for 2 new board
members to become spokespersons
of LGBTQI rights. Are you the one?
You already know us, now
learn what we stand for
with our manifesto!
In case you missed UNITE, our Online
Global Youth Pride, you can still see
the full programme on our UNITE app
and replay a selection on Facebook!
Say hello to Wel Jong,
Niet Hetero, our featured
Member of the Month!
IGLYO is a youth development and leadership organisation building LGBTQI youth activists, ensuring LGBTQI young people are present and heard and making schools safe, inclusive and supportive of LGBTQI learners.
The IGLYO Executive Board is looking to co-opt 2 new Board Members for the next two years. The Board Member’s mandate would start on January […]
Communication and engagement (engages) IGLYO has a grassroots approach to community empowerment and member engagement, by means of supporting LGBTQI youth groups and individuals, while […]
In Belgium, at the end of the eighties, there were already so-called “coming out” groups in Flanders. Safe groups where young LGBs could get to […]
Run by young people for young people, IGLYO is led by a board of youth activists aged 18 – 30.
As a youth development organisation, IGLYO builds the confidence, skills and experience of LGBTQI young people to become leaders within the LGBTQI and human rights sectors.
IGLYO works to change attitudes in society and influence decision makers on all levels by ensuring LGBTQI young people’s voices and experiences are present, heard and affirmed
IGLYO’s LGBTQI Inclusive Education Project maps and reports the situation for LGBTQI learners in school in every Council of Europe country.
Today we have Member Organisations in almost every European country. Join today and help build a stronger and more diverse LGBTQI youth network.
The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Intersex (LGBTQI) Youth and Student Organisation
This website has been produced with the financial support of the Dutch Ministry of Education Culture & Science and the Rights Equality and Citizenship (REC) programme 2014-2020 of the European Union.
The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of IGLYO and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the Dutch Ministry or the European Commission.
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