The state of the LGBT+ nation in 2019 is this year’s debate topic Representatives from civil society groups and political parties including Minister for Employment Affairs and Social Protection, Regina Doherty, TD and Sinn Féin Party Leader, Mary Lou McDonald, TD take part in the 2019 Dublin Pride Debate hosted by the National LGBT Federation […]

Respondents report feeling excluded from Irish society Research by the National LGBT Federation (NXF) has found that over 50% of LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) migrants living in Ireland rated their mental health negatively and that up to a fifth reported having severe or extremely severe symptoms of anxiety and depression. 54% of respondents also […]

In May 2015, the people of Ireland made history by voting Yes in the marriage referendum and Ireland became the first country in the world to introduce marriage equality by public vote. Our road to equality started long before this, however, and doesn’t end here. The exhibition and talk will showcase portraits and stories from […]

A hugely successful GALA awards took place at the Mansion House with the full list of recipients listed below. Congratulations to all involved. Winners from the 2016 GALAS Awards Community Organisation: BeLongTo Voluntary Organisation (Unpaid staff): Running Amach Volunteer: Sheila Crowley Event: Transfusion Employer: EY LGBT Student Society: Laura Harmon/USI Sports Award: Dublin Front Runners Social Media: Get The Boat To Vote […]

  In 2015 after decades of activism, marriage equality and gender recognition was achieved. Following these momentous gains, the focus turned to “what’s next for LGBT Ireland and what’s important to YOU“? Minister of State David Stanton TD officially launched the findings of the largest consultation of the LGBT community ever undertaken in Ireland on Wednesday, […]

Launch of YesX10 for Marriage Equality Today, one month from referendum day on May 22nd, the National LGBT Federation (NXF) has launched the ‘YesX10 for Marriage Equality’ Campaign. This campaign asks every individual to take personal responsibility for getting at least TEN people to the poll to vote YES in the upcoming marriage equality referendum. […]