Snap Shot of Rainbow 25 Events

We thought we would bring together all our events in one place for you. Why don't you come and take part and help make 2019 an amazing celebration with us. Read more

Raffle 2019

Our Big Gay Raffle is available for ticket purchases, entries are only £1 and you could see yourself and a friend jet of to New York in our top prize. Read more

How to Access PrEP in NI

The Belfast HSCT GUM clinic has recently launched its HIV Prevention/Risk Reduction clinic that aims to help applicable individuals access PrEP via the NHS. Read more

Dear Arlene Letters

The Rainbow Project has today published 65 letters received from LGBT people from across Northern Ireland and from individuals who no longer live in Northern Ireland in response to its #DearArlene campaign. Here are some of the responses. Read more

Dear Arlene,

We are asking LGBT people to write to Arlene about what their experiences of being an LGBT person in Northern Ireland have been and what she can do as the leader of the DUP to better understand our community and be a leader for all. Read more

Regional LGBT Groups

Peer and social support groups for LGBT people throughout regional areas of Northern Ireland Read more


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HIV Overview

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HEP A, B & C

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Our Mural for TDOR

TDOR Mural Launch in Foyle at Free Derry Corner Read more

Research and Publications

On this page you will find links to research and other publications from The Rainbow Project. Read more

Relationships & Sex Education

The Rainbow Project works in partnership with Relate NI and Nexus to deliver relationship and sexual health education to young people in a community setting. Read more


The Rainbow Project provides the only LGB&/T specific counselling service in Northern Ireland. Counselling offers an opportunity to talk in confidence about challenges, losses, problems or issues that concern you. Read more

Advocacy Service

Find out more about our Advocacy Service and how it can support you. Read more

Press enquires

Welcome to The Rainbow Project Media Centre. You will find our most up to date versions of our current publications as well as contact details for the purposes of media or publicity. Read more

Sexual Violence

You don’t owe sex to anyone – if you haven’t consented then it’s not ok. Read more

Discrimination and Inequality

There are many ways you may experience discrimination that you perceive is directed at you because of your sexual orientation or gender identity. Read more


The aim of the Befriending service is a volunteer-led service and the aim of the service is to reduce LGBT individual’s social isolation. Read more


What is homophobic bullying? Homophobic bullying is behaviour or language which makes a young person feel unwelcome or marginalised because of their actual or perceived sexual orientation. Read more

Feeling Suicidal

Lifeline is a 24-hour counselling service for people of any age in Northern Ireland who is in distress or despair. Calls are answered by qualified counsellors who will listen, offer support and advice, but not judge. Read more

Board of Trustees

The Rainbow Project's Board of Trustees is responsible for the overall control and strategic direction of the The Rainbow Project. They meet regularly during the year to consider, determine and review The Rainbow Project's strategies, operations, finances, and to receive reports from senior managers. They work for The Rainbow Project in a voluntary capacity. Our Trustees come from a range of backgrounds and with a range of skill-sets which compliment the work of The Rainbow Project. Read more