With your support, we can give even more 2SLGBTQI people the greatest gift of all.
This first-of-its-kind digital resource centre shares curated, cutting-edge research and resources about aging that address the unique needs of 2SLGBTQI older adults and their communities
We want to hear from Two Spirit, trans and nonbinary people about their experiences with employment and employment barriers and with underemployment and unemployment.
In this response to Canada’s first Federal 2SLGBTQI+, Egale Canada lauds this historical launch by noting the positive measures while also bringing to light the gaps within the policy guidance and the implementation strategies.
Explore three stories to see a glimpse of the experiences, perspectives, and needs of 2SLGBTQI people living with dementia and their carers in Canada.
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Centering 2SLGBTQI experiences, our research is community-based and action-oriented. The reports we publish are used nationally and worldwide to create positive change for 2SLGBTQI people.
Through inclusive workplace trainings to school initiatives, our educational resources allow everyone, no matter what level of knowledge they hold, opportunities to contribute to a society where everyone is equal, and none are other.
Trans students have reported experiencing sexual harassment.
2SLGBTQI seniors fear being ‘forced back into the closet’ in residential care.
Canadian employees report to experiencing discrimination in the workplace.
Homeless youth in Canada identify as 2SLGBTQI.
For schools, workplaces, communities, and allies looking to better understand and discuss 2SLGBTQI issues.
Legal advocacy is how we ensure the research, education, and awareness work we do is lasting. Our legal advocacy work helps to make explicit that 2SLGBTQI experiences are reflected in policy at all levels of government and beyond.