In spite of progress in recent years, all over the world LGBTQ+ people still face harassment, legal and societal discrimination and exclusion, violence, and sometimes death. 68 countries criminalize same-sex sexual conduct, and in up to nine countries, this may be punishable by death. So-called anti-LGBTQ+ propaganda laws inhibit advocacy, and organizing is constrained by restrictions on civil society in many more countries.
HRC coordinates across multiple programs to provide public education, capacity building, legal expertise, and programmatic support for LGBTQ+ advocates and allies around the world. Our partnership programs are offered across a global network of 180 LGBTQ+ organizations and leaders in 90 countries around the world.
The Taliban’s August 2021 takeover of Afghanistan has led to international concerns for the safety and livelihood of vulnerable populations, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI) Afghans.…Read Moreabout The LGBTQI Refugee Crisis in Afghanistan
The Taliban’s August 2021 takeover of Afghanistan has led to international concerns for the safety and livelihood of vulnerable populations, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI) Afghans.…
HRC’s Sound the Alarm initiative raises the visibility of situations where the safety and security of LGBTQ advocates and people are in danger, and where such visibility has been requested…
Learn more about the anti-LGBTQ activist's notorious record of exporting hate by downloading HRC's latest report.
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation tracks developments in the legal recognition of same-sex marriage around the world. Working with our network of alumni and partners, we lift up the voices…
With investments of over $60 billion around the world each year, the World Bank can serve as a powerful voice for the human rights of LGBTQ+ people, to help stop…
The International Human Rights Defense Act of 2015 would build an unprecedented framework into U.S. diplomacy to protect LGBTQ rights worldwide.
HRC's Global Workplace Equality Programs have made headlines across the United States and Latin America. Read more about our program, which has been featured in both English- and Spanish-language outlets.
La primera encuesta internacional de la Fundación HRC diseñada para profundizar la inclusión LGBT en los centros laborales de México.
HRC's Equidad MX Report a first-of-its-kind assessment designed to increase LGBTQ-inclusion in workplaces across Mexico.
Most recent reports: 2021 report, 2020 report, 2019 report, 2018 report
La primera encuesta de inclusión laboral LGBT en Chile y el primer programa de la Fundación HRC en Sudamérica.Contáctenos directamente para participar aquí.