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About this Webinar

On 6 December 2023 at 12:30-14:00 CET, our next IGLYO webinar will put the spotlight on the topic of mental health, with a specific focus on the challenges we face as LGBTQI young people. 

With this webinar, we aim to provide a safe and informative space for discussion, sharing experiences, and learning about strategies to promote mental well-being within our community. In particular, we will:  

  • Share insights, research and strategies for promoting mental well-being for us LGBTQI young people. 
  • Explore intersectional feminist perspectives that consider structural and systemic oppression. 
  • Talk about chemsex, its impact on mental health, and how to provide support and resources to individuals engaging in chemsex practices. 

Join us for an engaging and thought-provoking session as we work together to support each other as queer youth, strengthen our mental well-being, and create a brighter and more inclusive future for us all!

You can register for the webinar through this registration form. After we approve your registration, you will receive a Zoom link to access the webinar on the day of the event.

This webinar is free and open to everyone who is 18 years old or above, but mostly aimed at LGBTQIA+ young people between 18-30 years old. This webinar is organised by IGLYO — The International LGBTQI Youth & Student Organisation with the support of the Citizenship, Equality, Rights and Values 2021-2027 Programme of the European Union.

Take our LGBTQI Youth Mental Health Survey! 

On top of attending the webinar, we warmly invite you to fill out our LGBTQI Youth Mental Health Survey. The survey is open to LGBTQI young people between 14 and 30 years old and aims to ensure that our needs as LGBTQI young people are considered and met when it comes to our mental health. 

The survey is entirely anonymous and should take approximately 20 minutes to complete. Your experience and story as an LGBTQI young person can have a real impact for you and the whole community, no matter your experience with mental health! Learn more & take the survey.

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