ReAJo – Autonomy Response for LGBTI Youth is the pioneer autonomy flat dedicated to young lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, or intersex (LGBTI) individuals in Portugal.
During Covid-19 lockdowns many operations of transgenders were cancelled. Transvision offered all kinds of help, such as help via a chatline, telephone, and by providing information, such as information how to bind breasts safely for trans men that have not been able to operate their breasts. The project aspires to an inclusive society in which every transgender person has access to the right care, at the right time, in the right place, by a care provider with the right expertise.
A two-year education project, INCLUSIVE SPACES, in partnership with some of the most prominent LGBTQI organisations in the country, to reduce bullying of LGBTQI students at school and discrimination against LGBTQI people in the workplace. The primary aim of the project is to reduce harassment, negative or hostile attitudes towards LGBTQI people and discrimination in schools and workplaces in Hungary.
Today, transgender as a gender identity remains unfamiliar to the public, leaving trans individuals vulnerable to daily transphobic prejudice. These biases often hinder or obstruct crucial transition procedures, such as legal status changes and medical treatments, which are vital for people’s well-being. In response, Transat’s works towards raising public awareness about transgender challenges, offering support to the most vulnerable, and actively defending their rights.
A group of black fathers in London have started their own podcast to challenge stereotypes and share their experiences of fatherhood.