Since we were established in 2015, we have been focused on making a difference to LGBT+ communities around the world. We are making real and measurable impact on local LGBT+ rights movements in various markets, with a particular focus on challenging markets where anti-LGBT+ sentiment is prevalent.
Through our Research Program, we have produced reports that have been seen millions of times and used to support key LGBT+ rights victories.
Activists in India, Taiwan and Uganda used our research to advocate for LGBT+ rights.
In Kenya, our research framed LGBT+ inclusion as an economic issue in national media and fueled a new dimension of advocacy.
Through our Global Influencer Program, we have put the economic case for LGBT+ rights on the agendas of high-profile platforms.
World Economic Forum at Davos
The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting
UN LGBTI Core Group
UN Business and Human Rights Forum
Equal Right Commission
IDAHOT events in London and New York
South by Southwest (SXSW)
The Economist Pride & Prejudice Executive Dialogues
Through our Local Influencer Program, we have convened hundreds of business leaders from challenging markets to discuss LGBT+ inclusion, including Brazil, Bulgaria, the Caribbean, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Kenya, Singapore and South Africa.
If you would like to find out more information on what we have achieved thus far, especially our work in the countries and regions outlined above, please get in touch with our Global Program Director Drew Keller at email@example.com.