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LGBT Friendly Roscommon 2017

LGBT Friendly Roscommon 2017 is a public awareness initiative organised by the LGBT Sub-Group of Roscommon Children and Young People’s Services Committee and is the result of a collaboration of many agencies including Tusla Child and Family Agency, Office for Suicide Prevention HSE, Foróige, Comhairle na nÓg, Social Inclusion Office of Roscommon County Council, Roscommon LEADER Partnership and Second Level Schools in the County.

This initiative is aimed at making service providers, community groups and sports clubs more LGBT friendly.  The initiative comprises three elements:

Strand 1: LGBT Friendly Roscommon 2017 symbol

Designed by Luke McEvoy, a secondary school student of Elphin Community College, the LGBT Friendly Roscommon 2017 symbol will help identify services and spaces as LGBT friendly. The rationale for a bespoke, Roscommon-specific, symbol is to encourage people to view issues affecting LGBT young people as locally relevant.

Download symbol as a poster here.

Strand 2: Awareness Raising Workshops

A county wide programme of awareness raising workshops.

Download schedule of workshops and form to register your interest here.

Strand 3: Code of Practice Template

This template sets out simple and practical steps that can help service providers, community organisations and sporting clubs to be more LGBT friendly.  The template has been compiled in consultation with regional and national LGBT organisations and can be downloaded for free from www.cypsc.ie.  

Download copy of the template for a Code of Practice here.

Listen to a podcast of Caroline Duignan, Coordinator CYPSC Roscommon, speak with Marieclaire Grealy on Shannonside Radio about this initiative here.

Online Resource Library: Impact of Parental Mental Health Sub-Group

The parental Mental Health Sub-Groups of Galway and Roscommon CYPSCs have compiled on online resource library of resources relating to the mental health of parents.  The Sub-Group invites amendments and additions to this document.

View the Resource Library here

To contribute to the document, please contact the CYPSC Coordinator.

Seminar: Keeping Children Safe Online, 8th February 2017

 

 

 

 

Keeping Children Safe Online: A Collaborative Approach to Internet Safety

Wednesday, 8th February 2017

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Roscommom Youth Fair

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Roscommon CYPSC recently launched initiatives to support the transition of children from pre-school to primary school called “This is Me”

 

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