All Articles about LGBTQIA+
Privacy Issues on Dating Apps
Privacy Issues on Dating Apps project is an action plan within the Humanity in Action Mapping Democracy Fellowship 2023, which aims to raise young people's awareness of the dangers that these applications can carry with them, as well as ways on which they can protect their privacy in the online space and in addition to dating apps.
Consent: Always. Enthusiastic. Informed.
This campaign aims to empower students to apply explicit, informed, enthusiastic consent to make society a happier and safer place for everyone.
Take A Seat: Inclusive Sex-Ed
2020 Amsterdam Fellows Suze van Zijl and Akef Ibrahimi organized a closed-circle talk about how to organize inclusive sex-ed and invited a diverse group of people to share.
Forming International and Interfaith Alliance Against Interpersonal Violence
Senior Fellow Mira Vance created a project uniting international and interfaith organizations and activists to develop intersectional and accessible survivor supports.
Art as Emancipation - Freeing the Body
Freeing the Body is a website home to a queer utopia where artists' universes meet to show the beauty of being and loving differently.
UN Meet: MSG & Friends x Woman* Life Freedom
The project was focused on fundraising & solidarity for Woman* Life Freedom's intersectional work for the Iranian Feminist Revolution.
all.txt: a gender inclusive text editor
As their Action Project, Landecker Fellow Nora is developing all.txt, a text editor optimized to help one implement inclusive gendered language in German.
Chroma Mental Health Collective: Eliminating LGBTQ+ Mental Health Disparities
Landecker Fellow Michael's Action Project is building the foundational infrastructure for the Chroma Mental Health Collective with the mission to eradicate mental health disparities for the LGBTQ+ community in Tennessee by eliminating barriers and cultivating communities of care.
Adversity Ever After: Raising Awareness about Childhood Adversity
Senior Fellow Michael Elisabeth Gasior has been seeking to create an accessible, open-access repository of information about childhood adversity and stories from people and communities affected.
Landecker Democracy Fellow Shawn is developing and facilitating a digital and physical map creation project that enlists the knowledge and skills of queer youth and adults. With the help of LGBTQI serving organizations, they will support an intergenerational reworking of queer history in Tennessee.