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The Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) was an Irish LGBT rights group, based in Dublin, Ireland. The organisation was founded in 1988 by Don Donnelly, Charles Kerrigan, Suzy Byrne, Kieran Rose and Christopher Robson. GLEN focused on achieving change in legislation and social policy that would achieve full equality and inclusion for lesbian, gay and bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Ireland, and protection from all forms of discrimination. The board of directors comprised Margot Slattery (chair), Simon Nugent; Muriel Walls, Séamus Dooley and Dr. Fergus Ryan. In May 2017 it was announced that GLEN was to close.

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  • شبكة المساواة للمثليين والمثليات
  • Gay and Lesbian Equality Network
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  • كانت شبكة المساواة للمثليين والمثليات (بالإنجليزية: Gay and Lesbian Equality Network)‏ (GLEN) منظمة أيرلندية لحقوق المثليين، ومقرها في دبلن، أيرلندا. تأسست المنظمة في عام 1988 من قبل كيران روز وكريستوفر روبسون. ركزت شبكة المساواة للمثليين والمثليات على تحقيق التغيير في التشريع والسياسة الاجتماعية التي من شأنها تحقيق المساواة الكاملة والإدماج للأشخاص المثليين والمثليات ومزدوجي التوجه الجنسي والمتحولين جنسيا في أيرلندا، والحماية من جميع أشكال التمييز. تألف مجلس الإدارة من مارغوت سلاتري (الرئيسة) ، سايمون نوغنت؛ مورييل وولز، شيموس دولي والدكتور فيرغوس ريان. في مايو 2017، تم الإعلان عن إغلاق شبكة المساواة للمثليين والمثليات.
  • The Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) was an Irish LGBT rights group, based in Dublin, Ireland. The organisation was founded in 1988 by Don Donnelly, Charles Kerrigan, Suzy Byrne, Kieran Rose and Christopher Robson. GLEN focused on achieving change in legislation and social policy that would achieve full equality and inclusion for lesbian, gay and bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Ireland, and protection from all forms of discrimination. The board of directors comprised Margot Slattery (chair), Simon Nugent; Muriel Walls, Séamus Dooley and Dr. Fergus Ryan. In May 2017 it was announced that GLEN was to close.
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  • Gay and Lesbian Equality Network
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  • Gay and Lesbian Equality Network
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  • Andrew Montague, Lord Mayor of Dublin 2011.
  • Peter O’Neill, Country general manager, IBM Ireland 2013.
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  • "All employees should have the opportunity to perform at their best – meaning that they must feel comfortable in their environment. This is done through creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. We can take best advantage of our differences – for innovation. Our diversity is a competitive advantage and consciously building diverse teams helps us drive the best results for our clients"
  • "Dublin is now a multi-cultural city, and this diversity is now part of the identity of the city. Equality and social justice can contribute to Dublin’s international competitiveness"
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  • كانت شبكة المساواة للمثليين والمثليات (بالإنجليزية: Gay and Lesbian Equality Network)‏ (GLEN) منظمة أيرلندية لحقوق المثليين، ومقرها في دبلن، أيرلندا. تأسست المنظمة في عام 1988 من قبل كيران روز وكريستوفر روبسون. ركزت شبكة المساواة للمثليين والمثليات على تحقيق التغيير في التشريع والسياسة الاجتماعية التي من شأنها تحقيق المساواة الكاملة والإدماج للأشخاص المثليين والمثليات ومزدوجي التوجه الجنسي والمتحولين جنسيا في أيرلندا، والحماية من جميع أشكال التمييز. تألف مجلس الإدارة من مارغوت سلاتري (الرئيسة) ، سايمون نوغنت؛ مورييل وولز، شيموس دولي والدكتور فيرغوس ريان. في مايو 2017، تم الإعلان عن إغلاق شبكة المساواة للمثليين والمثليات.
  • The Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) was an Irish LGBT rights group, based in Dublin, Ireland. The organisation was founded in 1988 by Don Donnelly, Charles Kerrigan, Suzy Byrne, Kieran Rose and Christopher Robson. GLEN focused on achieving change in legislation and social policy that would achieve full equality and inclusion for lesbian, gay and bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Ireland, and protection from all forms of discrimination. The board of directors comprised Margot Slattery (chair), Simon Nugent; Muriel Walls, Séamus Dooley and Dr. Fergus Ryan. In May 2017 it was announced that GLEN was to close.
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