Achieving LGBT+ Equality In Aid, Development Requires Change, AidEx Public Relations Manager Writes In WEF Blog Post

World Economic Forum: ‘All too often LGBT+ people are invisible’: This is what must change
Anastasia Kyriacou, public relations manager at AidEx, discusses the role LGBT+ people play in designing aid and development policies and programs, writing, “For a sector focused on achieving global fairness, aid and development has a long way to go when it comes to LGBT+ equality. … Full inclusiveness requires an effort from the international community to be more innovative than its current approach and work with each population or group individually…” (1/6).

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