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Euan Platt, IGLYO’s Executive Director will be leaving his position at IGLYO. He says, “After eleven years of being involved- four as a volunteer and seven as Executive Director- I can truly say that IGLYO is in my blood and that the organisation will always have a special place in my heart.”
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 19/01/2021 9:00 AM. Join the Secretariat of the largest LGBTQI youth and student network in the world by applying to be IGLYO’s […]
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 […]
Join the Secretariat of the largest LGBTQI youth and student network in the world by applying to be IGLYO’s Administration Officer. IGLYO is looking for […]
IGLYO is looking for an Engagement Officer to join the team in Brussels. Deadline: 02/09/20
IGLYO is happy to announce the 2020 Global Online edition of its fantastic training program for young LGBTQI activists, the Activist Academy. #ActivistAcademy2020 This is […]
ACCEPT has been part of the Anti-discrimination Coalition since 2000, a group of currently 12 organizations joining forces to promote human rights and equality for […]
Coming out is always hard, especially if you’re not sure how people are going to react. Doing so during COVID-19 times can be even more […]
Anxiety and stress can be a bit overbearing for you, and that’s totally normal, too. It’s important to remember that you don’t have to do […]
It’s totally normal to feel stressed out and anxious during this time. This is a place in time where we’ve never been before and there […]
During lockdown, you might not have any access to your local support groups or queer spaces. This is probably very difficult for you if you […]
During times of lockdown, you might have limited access to health care or even your hormones. Health care services are stretched to the max in […]
Living with family members that don’t support you or recognise who you are can be incredibly stressful and hard, especially during the lockdown. It’s really […]
The FELGTB began its journey back in 1992 aiming to fight against all forms of discrimination lesbian, gay, trans and bisexual people faced in all […]
On the 30th of April, Madona Kirapoidze set herself on fire in front of Tbilisi City Hall. The protest is a desperate cry for help […]
Diverse Youth Network was established in 2018 on the grounds of intersectionality; students of the University of Pécs thought of creating an association that strives […]
Colour Youth – Athens LGBTQ Youth Community is a non governmental organisation for and by LGBTQ youth. It was founded by volunteers of Athens Pride […]
Trans Mreža Balkan (Trans Network Balkan) was founded in 2014, with the aim of creating a regional support network for trans, intersex and gender-variant (TIGV) […]
In 1985, a few Parisian friends created MAG Jeunes LGBT. They were inspired by the Anglo-Saxon groups of conviviality for gay and lesbian youth. The […]
IGLYO is proud to announce a call for participants of the study session ‘Reaching Further: Decentralising LGBTQI Youth Activism’. The event is kindly supported by […]
IGLYO is partnering with 17 of our member organisations to conduct the largest European-wide LGBTQI schools survey.
This year, IGLYO is celebrating its 35th anniversary and we want our members in the centre of the celebration! Accept was officially registered […]
IGLYO is proud to launch Supporting your intersex child”, a toolkit for parents, carers, relatives and siblings of intersex children.
Have you ever had to facilitate any kind of session but lacked the skills? We want to help you – tune in to IGLYO eLearning’s Workshop Webinar to learn how.
IGLYO’s Secretariat in Brussels is growing again! We are recruiting for a brand new post: Membership Engagement Officer.
IGLYO is excited to be recruiting a full-time Communications Officer to join the Secretariat in Brussels.
IGLYO’s LGBTQI Inclusive Education Index and Report provide much needed qualitative data on areas such as laws, policies, teacher training, inclusive curricula to highlight both good practices and areas for development in each country and ensure that LGBTQI learners feel safe, supported and included within state educational institutions.
Hakan is an activist in KAOS GL and started as a volunteer in 2013 before he became the organisation’s Fundraiser and Project Coordinator. Hakan is […]
Due to coming changes in the Executive Board of International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Youth and Student Organisation (IGLYO), we are now […]
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