The first Queermosa Awards was successfully launched to bring broad media visibility to LGBTQ voices in Taiwan.
GLAAD Global Voices
This year, GLAAD is connecting with more Asian and Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) organizations, schools, activists, and celebrities than ever before!
Join GLAAD and the British Council at a screening of Five Films for Freedom, the world's first and largest digital LGBT film festival on October 19 in New York City.
"It doesn't matter, they can taunt us, they can threaten us, they can try to shut us down, but when it's the right thing to do, you should do it and you have to do it."
Modeled after the GLAAD Media Awards, the Diversity Media Awards will recognize fair, accurate, and diverse representations of LGBT people in both Italian and international media outlets including TV, radio, and cinema.
In recent months, a wave of anti-LGBT voices have been dominating Indonesian news and media. GLAAD has been working with several activists and organizations on the ground to support LGBT Indonesians in this difficult time.
The Diversity Media Awards (DMA), Italian version of GLAAD Media Awards, has opened to the public! Check out some of the nominees for the 2016 DMAs.
Diversity, an Italian association working to reduce prejudice and discrimination, will launch its first Diversity Media Awards (DMA). DMA is modeled after the GLAAD Media Awards and recognizes fair, accurate, and diverse representations of LGBT people in the media.
On January 17, GLAAD was in Beijing, China to celebrate the Chinese Rainbow Media Awards. GLAAD's Director of Program, Global and US South, Ross Murray, brought greetings and offered support for recognizing media representations that accelerate acceptance for LGBT people in China.