LGBTQI+ Migrants: The Intersection of Race and SOGI

LGBTQ+ people face both generalized and targeted persecution that cause many to leave their country of origin and seek refuge in another. At the time same time, scant data exists about the unique needs and lived experiences of LGBTQ+ migrants. This discussion explores key policy and political challenges facing LGBTQ+ migrants as they seek asylum, barriers to safe resettlement, and what research and data are needed to ensure the rights of LGBTQ+ migrants are protected.

Co-sponsored with UCLA Law’s Promise Institute

60 min
April 4, 2022

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