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This section contains links to organisations involved in supporting LGBT diversity in the workplace.
GLEN's Diversity Champions Programme helping employers ensure that their workplaces are fully inclusive of their LGBT employees.
The Equality Authority is an independent body set up under the Employment Equality Act 1998.
The Equality Tribunal is the impartial forum to hear or mediate complaints of alleged discrimination under equality legislation. It is independent and quasi-judicial and its decisions and mediated settlements are legally binding.
Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) is an organisation supporting the transgender community in Ireland. TENI have produced a range of resources for professionals, including Transgender and Gender Diversity Information for Guidance Counsellors.The Irish Congress of Trades Unions works to achieve equal rights for all workers and to combating all forms of discrimination within workplaces and trade unions.
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions works to achieve equal rights for all workers and to combating all forms of discrimination within workplaces and trade unions.
The Irish Business Employers Confederation has developed a number of information resources, tools and guides to facilitate employers, those who are dealing with diversity challenges or who are striving to benchmark their organisation against best practice in the industry.
Three teachers unions, INTO, ASTI and the TUI have established LGB/T member support and advocacy networks.
The National LGBT helpline website aims to provide a gateway to information and support for LGBT people in Ireland and also has information for the friends and family of LGBT people as well as professionals working with LGBT people. The helpline is open Monday - Friday 7pm - 9pm. Tel. 1890 929 539.