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Outhouse LGBT Community Resource Centre

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An organization devoted to LGBTI rights
Founded in 1996

Globe Member of ILGA since 2012


Address: Capel Street 105
Dublin Dublin
Phone: 353 1 8734999
Website:    www.outhouse.ie 


Contact: Martha Whyte


Works on :
  • Local level
  • National level
Works for :
  • Gay community
  • Lesbian community
  • Bisexual community
  • Trans community
  • Intersex community

Arts, culture, history and pride

Performing arts
Use of media and the internet
Visual arts
Pride/Action events
International Day Against Homophobia
Trans day
Women’s day

Asylum and immigration

LGBTI migrants
Migrating as a married or partnered couple
Seeking asylum on grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity

LGBTI Education/Awareness

Promoting LGBTI rights as Human rights
Raising awareness through mass media


Alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use
Prevention for women having sex with women
Peer to peer support
Phone counseling
Prevention for men having sex with men
Prevention for women having sex with women
World AIDS Day
Mental health
Public health
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Outhouse is a community and resource centre for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) people and their families and is one of is one of Dublin’s central LGBT organizations. The primary goal of Outhouse is to provide a safe space where people can: get information and support, meet like-minded others in a relaxed environment, organize or attend events and meetings. It provides a series of integrated services and supports to LGBT people and their families from Dublin and around Ireland. Established in 1996 when there was a complete lack of LGBT-focused community services, we acquired and restored our current space which is held in trust for the LGBT community. Our team of committed staff and volunteers have built up significant expertise and our resource centre is often the first point of contact for LGBT individuals. Over 55 community groups and organisations hold on average 74 meetings per month and more than 25,000 people use the Centre per year.