The IDB's LGBTQ+ Pride Month event, "Pride in Being Who We Are: More Inclusive Societies for LGBTQ+ People," was an opportunity to open valuable and necessary conversations about LGBTQ+ inclusion. In the first panel, "Identifying and Removing Barriers," public sector authorities from Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador joined two specialists from the IDB group to address the … [Read more...] about Celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride Month: What did we discuss at our event?
Evidence is fundamental to inform and guide public policies. As we mentioned in another blog post, access to high-quality data and knowledge is as important for societies as medical exams are for individuals' health. They allow us to identify problems that are often invisible to the naked eye, their underlying causes, and possible solutions. Unfortunately, data and rigorous … [Read more...] about Key Learnings about the LGBTQ+ Population from the Research Agenda
Trans People and Access to Housing What does your home mean to you? For some, it is a place to grow, learn, and find a supportive environment with family members. A home is also the infrastructure that protects from weather, rain, and external dangers. Unfortunately, for trans people, the concept of home is often linked to discrimination and exclusion so painful that it … [Read more...] about A House for Trans People