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...

Latest news

E-bulletin July 2016 – Exciting News

July 31, 2016:   Welcome to Micro Rainbow International’s (MRI) quarterly e-bulletin!We hope this finds you well and safe.  It comes after the deadly massacre at Pulse, the biggest of any other known attack against the LGBTI community, a trauma that will heal with difficulty. Since the...

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MRI congratulates Jill Power on being chosen as one of the Southbank Centre “Change Makers”

July 27, 2016: Southbank Centre’s Summer Festival in 2016, Festival of Love, explores love of humanity and how we can make the world a better place for one another. The Centre has been searching across the UK, through friends, partners and public nominations to find people and projects that are working to...

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A share from one of MRI’s beneficiaries- using creativity to heal the mind, body and heart

July 24, 2016: Now We Are Here tells the stories of Michael, Mir, Desmond and Tammy, four asylum seekers and refugees living in the UK who are LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex). Expectations of England, a hoped-for clash with the isolating reality of life in the UK. Now We Are Here...

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NEW PROJECTS STARTING IN JULY

July 4, 2016: WOW – what an amazing June we had.  We went to see some of our movement work  performed at The Casement Project . Fearghus and his team of dancers certainly gave us a warm welcome and we were thrilled to see our dance moves interpreted in this art. We have sang our hearts out and performed at...

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