Events

Big Gay Drag Race Quiz

Attention Rupaulís Drag Race Fans:

The time has come for you to sign up for our Big Gay Drag Race Quiz fundraiser!

Peace by Peace Conference

The idea for this conference has evolved from a series of conversations, ‘Pride in Our Identities’ facilitated by Community Dialogue and the Rainbow Project in Belfast and Derry/Londonderry during the period 2017-2018. To celebrate the Rainbow Project’s 25th Anniversary in 2019 we wanted to take these conversations on multiple identities and intersectionality to the next level and invited further collaboration with the wider LGBTQ+ sector and beyond.

Belfast Marathon 2020

Come and join us for the Belfast City Marathon 2020 – Show your commitment, sign up today and get training. Let’s keep the momentum of this year going.

Rainbow Project’s Red Ball

Come and celebrate our silver anniversary, 25 years of The Rainbow Project with a Prosecco reception and fabulous 4 course meal and amazing entertainment from the Untouchables.

Run Rampage for Rainbow

Run Rampage for The Rainbow Project across one of Irelandís coolest obstacle adventure races. All while supporting the work of The Rainbow Project.

#OCTSober 2018

Go Sober this October to show solidarity with LGBT people who are living with an addiction or substance misuse problem. The Rainbow are here to support you or someone you know if you feel you have an addiction or substance misuse problem

The Rainbow Project Takeover parkrun

Are you ready for a summer challenge, find your way to a healthier you, by completing couch to 5k. Then taking part in our parkrun takeover! You can either walk or run, and dogs are welcome on a lead & Children are also invited to take part.

Free 2 Day Introduction to LGBT-Affirmative Therapies Training Program January

The Rainbow Project is running a two day training programme on LGBT awareness and an introduction to LGBT-Affirmative Therapies
11-12th January in the Belfast LGBT Centre on Waring Street
This training will be particularly useful for counsellors, therapists, teachers, youth workers or any other person providing therapeutic support for LGBT people and their families.

Pride in our Identities – a community conversation (18+)

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

Multiple Journeys (of Belonging) – Guided Walking Tour

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.