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Ireland ‘LGBT Awareness Weeks’ to target anti-gay bullying (Video)

Ireland ‘LGBT Awareness Weeks’ to target anti-gay bullying (Video)

More powerful messages: BeLonG To Youth Services in Ireland has launched a new advocacy campaign targeting anti-gay bullying.

The Stand Up! LGBT Awareness Weeks will be held April 4-15 in schools and youth services throughout Ireland.

This film short was created by “Crossing the Line Films” for BeLonG To:

Stand Up! Weeks provide an annual focus for promoting positive awareness of LGBT young people, tackling homophobia and homophobic bullying, and building allies among young people and youth workers.

The campaign is designed to increase awareness, build supportive links among young people and reduce the incidence of bullying and name-calling.

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