Intersections: The LGBTI II Survey – Homelessness Analysis
Disaggregated data, which can look deeply into the lived experiences of marginalised people, is a key demand of LGBTI and other human rights groups. With […]
Call for project proposals: Addressing LGBTI homelessness in the EU
Why we are launching this programme In 2020, the Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) released a survey that estimates that one in five members of the […]
Alarming new research shows how LGBTI people are affected every day by inequality
Recent data shows that LGBTI young people perceive the labour market with fear and that most of LGBTI youth living with their families have experienced violence in different parts of Europe. These are among the alarming facts related to the impact of inequality and oppression in LGBTI communities, as identified through ILGA-Europe’s No One Left Behind initiative.
The frontline: Confronting LGBTI Youth Homelessness
Our 2021 report, in association with Cyndi Lauper’s LGBTIQ Youth Homelessness organisation True Colors United, and the Silberman Centre for Sexuality and Gender (SCSG) at […]
Survey finds that LGBTIQ organisations and homeless services across Europe are dealing with large numbers of LGBTIQ youth homelessness
A survey of 71 organisations across 32 European countries finds that over 60% have worked with LGBTIQ youth experiencing homelessness, while homeless services lack the […]
Perceptions: Addressing LGBTI Youth Homelessness in Europe and Central Asia
In April 2021, ILGA-Europe in association with the LGBTIQ Youth Homelessness organisation True Colors United, and the Silberman Center for Sexuality and Gender (SCSG) at Hunter College published a report based on […]
Major survey on LGBTIQ youth homelessness in Europe launched
A new survey aims to guage the experiences of European and Central Asian groups and organisations when it comes to LGBTIQ youth homelessness.