The Rainbow Project are proud to be holding two football tournaments to raise awareness of homophobia, transphobia and biphobia in sport. Read more
Love Equality is a campaign led by a consortium of organisations within Northern Ireland who are campaigning to for the introduction of legislation in Northern Ireland for equal civil marriage for same sex couples. Read more
Love Equality is a campaign led by a consortium of organisations within Northern Ireland who are campaigning to for the introduction of legislation in Northern Ireland for equal civil marriage for same sex couples.
The Rainbow Project couldn’t carry out its work without the help of our amazing team of volunteers. We have a strong volunteering ethos and seek to create opportunities for people to contribute to our overall organisational aims and objectives.
Fundraising is an important part of allowing The Rainbow Project to continue to provide the services we do. As Northern Ireland's foremost LGB&/T Charity, we rely on support from people like you to allow us to help and support the most vulnerable in our community.
Promoting the Health and Wellbeing of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people and their families in Northern Ireland Read More
Speaking after the judgment, Director of The Rainbow Project said: ' Of course we are bitterly disappointed for our clients who just wanted to be treated the same as everyone else. They were lawfully married in England and all they sought was recognition of their marriage at home in Northern Ireland. Read more
The Rainbow Project, Northern Ireland’s largest support and advocacy organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender people, and their families, today raised questions about Arlene Foster’s interventions with the Scottish government around the conversion of Northern Ireland civil partnerships to marriages in Scotland. Read more
The Rainbow Project, the largest support and advocacy organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender people and their families in Northern Ireland, has organised a demonstration against the Chechen government’s creation of concentration camps for gay men. Read more
Join us for The Rainbow Project's annual Pride Week fundraiser "THE BIG GAY QUIZ" on Thurs 3rd Aug in The Speakeasy (above Mandela Hall at QUB Students' Union) supported by Taboo Presents. Read more
Guided walking tour about the journey of hidden perspectives of what it is like to be LGBT living in Northern Ireland. Stroll the streets of Belfast and hear stories of belonging, of being from here and not, feeling you belong here and not, and in some cases, simply struggling to get here. Read more
Identity is how you see yourself and how others see you. In Northern Ireland this is an ongoing source of conflict. As we struggle to move out of confluct into a shared pluralist future how do we:
- Encourage and sustain a pluralist society which is open and welcoming to all?
- Celebrate our diverse and multiple identities
- Build a shared sense of belonging Read more