Brazil

In our report, we indicate that when poverty is combined with multiple forms of discrimination...

Cambodia

We travelled to Cambodia and we learned about the many levels of discrimination endured by LGBT people...

United Kingdom

1,300 LGBT people are granted asylum annually in the UK with the majority quickly falling below the poverty line...

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Abuse of Cambodian LGBT makes and keeps them poor!

May 10, 2016: Press Release Abuse of Cambodian LGBT makes and keeps them poor! Many LGBT people in Cambodia are destined to be and remain poor according to a new report by Micro Rainbow International [1] and CamASEAN Youth’s Future [2]. The report “Poverty of LGBT people in Cambodia” [3] shows that...

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SINGING AND DANCING THROUGH MAY

May 9, 2016: This month the choir will be rehearsing at the amazing TATE MODERN gallery for our performance on the 18th of June. Please note the choir rehearsals are on Mondays for the whole of May –  Weather The Storm meetings will be held on Thursday evenings. EVENTS THIS MONTH MONTHLY EMPLOYABILITY...

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Team No Sleep Foundation – a business by LGBT refugees fighting the poverty of LGBT asylum seekers in Kenya.

April 14, 2016: Imagine fleeing for your life, managing to reach safety and the reality setting in that you are in a foreign country with no job, homeless and no prospects of attaining a work permit. Ugandan asylum seekers in Kenya face the harsh reality of living in abject poverty. LGBT refugee Henry Bugembe, and...

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* New – employability workshops for LGBTI refugees

April 8, 2016: From Monday 11th April,  Bahar from "Refugees into Jobs" will come to talk to us about employability workshops and support services at Refugee Council.  These services are aimed at LGBTI refugees who want to find employment or need assistance in converting their professional...

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