Pink Training, the LGBTQ+ conference, celebrated its 30th year at the University of Galway last week.
The event began in 1992, and is Europe’s largest LGBT+ Conference, seeing over 300 student delegates attend the weekend training.
It provides educational talks, workshops and plenary sessions to discuss all things LGBTQ+, and aims to promote activism and campaigning for the community.
It was organised in conjunction with the Union of Students in Ireland and the college community.
President of the University of Galway Students’ Union President Sai Gujulla said: “Pink Training is about all things LGBT+, as well as activism, mental health, campaigning, leadership, and the diversity of our community. We were so excited to host Pink Training for the USI again this year in Galway. The weekend promotes inclusivity and is also a huge amount of fun.”
To find more about this year’s event, check out our front page which has a rundown of the relaunch of An Foclóir Aiteach (The Queer Dictionary as gaeilge.)
For information on the training, visit https://pinktraining.usi.ie