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#homophobic bullying

# homophobic-bullying - Thursday 29 January, 2015

Minister: Keeping data on students until they're 30 is 'reasonable'

The minister said she is satisfied the time limit doesn’t need to be changed – for now, at least.

# homophobic-bullying - Wednesday 28 January, 2015

From The Daily Edge 7 inspiring responses to homophobia in our society

7 inspiring responses to homophobia in our society

The times homophobia didn’t win.

# homophobic-bullying - Saturday 27 April, 2013

Ruairí Quinn: Even conservative groups know homophobic bullying is a problem

In a recent interview with TheJournal.ie, the Minister for Education outlined concerns about homophobic bullying and the bullying of the ‘bright, pretty young person’ in the classroom.

# homophobic-bullying - Wednesday 4 July, 2012

Access to gay youth service increased over 250 per cent in three years LGBT This post contains videos

Access to gay youth service increased over 250 per cent in three years

BeLongTo said that the age profile of those seeking its services has also dropped.

# homophobic-bullying - Wednesday 22 February, 2012

Column: It's time to end the casual use of homophobic language in Ireland

Excusing homophobia by saying it’s ‘just a joke’ is no excuse and it’s not funny, writes Rory Geraghty.

# homophobic-bullying - Tuesday 27 December, 2011

UNESCO praises Irish anti-homophobic bullying campaign Belong To This post contains videos

UNESCO praises Irish anti-homophobic bullying campaign

International conference hears that BeLonG To group’s work will be written into the UN toolkit as an example of how to tackle homophobic bullying of young people.

Column: Homophobic bullying is taking young lives, yet it’s treated as harmless

Most adults in Ireland can now be openly gay, writes Michael Barron – but the reality for young people is very different.