In countries around the world, LGBTQI+ people face violence and oppression simply because of who they love or who they are. We help get them to safety.
How civil society organizations, governments and UNHCR can create better outcomes for LGBTQI+ refugees in Kakuma Camp, Kenya
Rainbow Railroad and the Organization for Refuge, Asylum and Migration (ORAM) have released original research on the situation facing LGBTQI+ displaced persons in northwestern Kenya.
Three steps the next Canadian government can take to provide more pathways to safety for LGBTQI+ Refugees
The next Canadian government must make changes to the refugee system to provide more pathways to safety for displaced LGBTQI+ people and all displaced persons.
Why are Some Countries in the Caribbean Dangerous Places to be LGBTQI+?
The Caribbean remains a perilous place to be LGBTQI+. Much of the transphobia and homophobia people experience can be traced to colonialism.
Rainbow Railroad's 2020 Annual Report
Learn more about the prevalence of homophobia and transphobia globally, how this impacts LGBTQI+ people on a day-to-day basis and what Rainbow Railroad did about it in 2020.
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