The Al-Fatiha Foundation is an organization devoted to advancing the cause of gay, lesbian, and transgender Muslims. It was founded in 1998 by Faisal Alam, a Pakistani American, and is registered as a nonprofit organization in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Al-Fatiha Foundation"
The Albany Trust was founded in the United Kingdom as a registered charity in May 1958 to complement the Homosexual Law Reform Society (HLRS). ...more on Wikipedia about "Albany Trust"
The Australian Coalition for Equality (ACE) is a national-based lobby group in Australia advocating equal rights for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex people. ...more on Wikipedia about "Australian Coalition for Equality"
Basic Rights Oregon is the largest non-profit gay rights organization in Oregon. Based out of Portland, Oregon - its mission is to "end discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in Oregon." ...more on Wikipedia about "Basic Rights Oregon"
The Campaign for Homosexual Equality (CHE) is a national gay rights organisation in the United Kingdom which aims to promote legal and social equality for lesbians, gays and bisexuals. ...more on Wikipedia about "Campaign for Homosexual Equality"
The Campaign for Homosexual Law Reform was an organisation set up to campaign for the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the Republic of Ireland in the 1970s. Its most prominent leader was David Norris, an English language lecturer in Trinity College, Dublin, Joycean scholar and from the 1980s to the present a member of Seanad Éireann, the Irish Senate. ...more on Wikipedia about "Campaign for Homosexual Law Reform"
Canadians for Equal Marriage is a Canadian special interest group representing Egale Canada, PFLAG Canada, the Canadian Federation of Students, the Canadian Labour Congress, the Canadian Psychological Association, the Canadian Association of University Teachers, and the Canadian Association of Social Workers, among others to promote the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canadians for Equal Marriage"
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CLAMBS Equality is an ad-hoc organization of concerned citizens of ...more on Wikipedia about "CLAMBS Equality"
Koedukacyjna Unia Rewolucyjno-Wyzwoleńczo-Anarchistyczna ("co-ed revolutionary anarchist liberation union") is a radical Polish anarcho-feminist group, existing since 2000. It is one of the two anarcho-feminist organizations in Poland admitting male members. ...more on Wikipedia about "Co-ed Revolutionary Anarchist Liberation Union"
Digital Queers (DQ) is an organization in the United States that promotes equal rights for queer people and the LGBT community through strategic and effective use of digital technology and Internet communications. Digital Queers merged in 1999 with GLAAD in an initiative to train gay and lesbian activists in better use of online technologies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Digital Queers"
DignityUSA is a U.S. organization that in its words `works for respect and justice` for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender ( LGBT) persons in the Catholic Church and the world through education, advocacy and support. Dignity Canada exists as the Canadian sister organisation. ...more on Wikipedia about "DignityUSA"
Egale Canada was founded in 1986 to advance equality for Canadian lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people and their families, across Canada. Egale's work includes: carrying out political action to lobby for more equitable laws for LGBT people; intervening in legal cases that have an impact on human rights and equality; increasing public education and awareness by providing information to individuals, groups and media. Egale has over 3,300 members including people in each and every province and territory of Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Egale Canada"
(Equality Network) "We do not seek to represent any community. Our aim is to be part of a broad movement for equal rights for LGBT people. We try to meet this aim by: ...more on Wikipedia about "Equality Network"
The European Region of the International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA-Europe) is the European branch of ILGA, created in 1996. ...more on Wikipedia about "European Region of the International Lesbian and Gay Association"
Fine By Me is an organization in the United States with the mission to give voice to friends and supporters of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender ( LGBT) people. The organization developed a project to print T-shirts with the words "gay? fine by me" and then worked with communities to distribute and wear the T-shirts to show acceptance and support for LGBT people and publicly demonstrate against homophobia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fine By Me"
The Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund is an American political action committee, dedicating to increasing the number of openly LGBT public officials in US political life. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund"
The Gay Activists Alliance was founded in New York City in December 1969 after the Stonewall riots, by dissident members of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) who wanted to form a non-violent " single issue, politically neutral, militant organizaiton" whose goal was to "secure basic human rights, dignity and freedom for all gay people." ...more on Wikipedia about "Gay Activists' Alliance"
Founded in 1978, Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) is a non-profit legal rights organization dedicated to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation, HIV status, and gender identity and expression. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders"
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) is an organization that claims to promote and ensure inclusive representation of self-identifying gay and lesbian people and events in the media as a means of De-Stigmatizing homosexuality, thus eliminating discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation. It was founded in 1985 in New York City. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation"
The Gay Liberation Front was a gay rights activist group that came into existence in New York City after the Stonewall riots. One of the GLF's first acts was to march in response to Stonewall to demand an end to the persecution of homosexuals. The GLF took an anti-capitalist stance, and saw itself as united with the Black Panther Party. The group eventually split and went out of existence. Several of the GLF's lesbian members formed the Lavender Menace. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gay Liberation Front"
Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) is a national network of parents, students, teachers and others in the USA that wish to put an end to discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity/expression in K-12 schools. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network"
Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs Agencies (GLIFAA) is the officially-recognized organization representing gay and lesbian personnel and their families in the United States Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Foreign Commercial Service, Foreign Agricultural Service, and other agencies and entities working in foreign affairs in the U.S. Government. GLIFAA was founded in 1992 by fewer than a dozen employees who faced official harassment and potential loss of their jobs simply because of their sexual orientation. The organization grew to hundreds of Foreign Service, Civil Service, and contract personnel and their families serving in Washington, throughout the U.S., and at U.S. embassies and missions around the world. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs Agencies"
Gender/Sexuality Rights Association Taiwan was established in May 1999 in Taiwan. It aims to promote rights of sexual minorities in the aspects of family, education system, politics, economy and law. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gender/Sexuality Rights Association Taiwan"
Grupo Gay da Bahia, also known as GGB, is the oldest-existing and most active gay rights organization in Brazil. It was founded by anthropologist, author, historian, and activist Luiz Mott. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grupo Gay da Bahia"
The Homosexual Law Reform Society was an organisation that campaigned in the United Kingdom for changes in the laws that crimialised homosexual relations between men. ...more on Wikipedia about "Homosexual Law Reform Society"
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