Working with LGBTI People: Young People

The majority of LGBTI young people consider themselves to be happy and satisfied with their lives, however they are also more likely to experience social exclusion, isolation, rejection, bullying, discrimination, inequality, harassment and violence due to stigma regarding LGBTI people.

There are a number of things health providers and organisations can do to support young people experiencing these issues. 

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