GLAAD wrapped up its visit to Australia marching in the Sydney Mardi Gras Parade and sharing best practices with Australian LGBTIQ organizations.
GLAAD’s work with the Australian LGBTIQ community continues, as we wrap up our time in Melbourne and head to Sydney.
The GLAAD Global Voices journey to Australia kicked off with a series of meetings and trainings to with Melbourne’s LGBTIQ leaders to advance acceptance and support for LGBTIQ people.
For the next two weeks, GLAAD will be on the ground with entertainment media professionals and LGBTQ advocates.
An overwhelming majority (71%) of LGBTQ Nigerian respondents believed they were abused due to their gender identity or sexuality.
The first Queermosa Awards was successfully launched to bring broad media visibility to LGBTQ voices in Taiwan.
GLAAD joined several other LGBT advocacy groups in signing a statement in solidarity with LGBT people in Turkey who have violent opposition to planned Pride activities.
"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."
"You’re not just creating change in the media tonight – you’re saving lives."
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.