The National LGBT Federation (NXF) is a non-governmental organisation in Dublin, which focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights.
Transgender Equality Network Ireland
Offering support and information for transgender people in Ireland. They have a Peer Support group at Outhouse every first and third Wednesday of the month, 7:30-9:30pm.
Address: Unit 2, 4 Ellis Quay, Dublin 7
Phone: 01 873 3575
Activist group that fights against racism. It’s our aim to bring together a broadly based anti-racism network that supports migrants rights and fights against racism.
The Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland is an independent platform for asylum seekers to join together in unity and purpose. The collective seeks justice, freedom and dignity for all asylum seekers.
Website: www.masi.ie | Phone: +353 83 1713 166
The Irish Immigrant Support Service – works to link migrants and ethnic minorities to their rights through protecting human rights, promoting integration and campaigning for change. Operates a free walk in legal clinic providing legal advice and information on a range of immigration and asylum-related issues – check the website or contact Nasc for opening times.
Ferry Lane, Off Dominick St, Cork 021 4503462
General information service with offices throughout Ireland. You can drop into their office if you need information or support on any issues which arise for you. If they cannot help, they will give you information on who can.
A dedicated information, advocacy and support service for all migrants, including refugees and asylum seekers, and their families. The service is strictly confidential.
A grassroots community group committed to promoting racial equality and social justice. Meeting weekly at 7pm in the Galway Traveller Movement office.
Grassroots group of activists and artists which uses creative ways to explore, discuss and give visibility to feminist issues. GFC aims to include all communities, groups and individuals working to advance woman’s rights in Galway and to challenge any barriers to participation based on gender, ethnicity, sexuality, ability or religion. They work with other women’s groups and stand in solidarity with them including Traveller and Roma women, migrants, women living in direct provision and LGBT groups.
Meetings every Monday evening from 7pm at Youth Work Ireland, Prospect Hill, rotating between feminist discussion evenings and organisational meetings. To find out more information: https://www.facebook.com/pg/galwayfeministcollective
An LGBT group in Galway that advocates for LGBT people in the area. They run the Teach Solais resource centre, which is a drop-in location for LGBT people, with tea and coffee, a library, and space to meet other LGBT people. They also run health screening clinics, an LGBT helpline, and peer support groups. They may also be able to tell you about other services available in the area.