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Changing Attitude Nigeria
Sexual Minorities Uganda [SMUG]
Our mission is to oversee and support member organizations to achieve their objectives aimed at LGBTI liberation. As a coalition, we focus on advocacy and coordination of efforts by local and international bodies.
Changing Attitude Australia
Changing Attitude New Zealand
Gay and Lesbian Immigration Task Force
This is the web site of the Gay and Lesbian Immigration Task Force, (GLITF NSW Inc.) based in New South Wales, Australia. There are similar organizations in other Australian states. The primary aim of GLITF is to assist the foreign partners of Australian lesbians and gay men to migrate to Australia. We do that by:
- Providing information and advice relating to Partner Migration for gay and lesbian couples;
- Working with politicians and public servants to build understanding of the partner migration laws and how they affect gay and lesbian couples;
- Lobbying to improve the migrations laws to assist more gay and lesbian couples to stay together.
- Providing updates about changes to migration legislation and policy that would impact the gay and lesbian community.
Australian Coalition for Equality
Australian Coalition for Equality (ACE) is dedicated to achieving equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people in Australian national law and policy.
ACE is a new and exciting LGBTI action group with a focus on outcomes. Its mandate is international human rights law and it is made up of LGBTI advocates with a proven track record in achieving equality in their respective fields.
ACE is currently the only LGBTI human rights organisation working across a wide range of national issues including equality for same-sex couples in areas like superannuation, workplace benefits and marriage, national sexuality and gender identity anti-discrimination laws, and equality for families headed by same-sex couples.
Changing Attitude England
Changing Attitude England, founded in 1995, is a network of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and heterosexual members of the Church of England.We welcome as members everyone whose concern is to work for change in the church’s understanding of human sexuality.We have a growing network of active diocesan groups meeting and holding events in 23 dioceses (as of August 2009). There are also 16 other dioceses in which there is a Changing Attitude contact.
Changing Attitude Scotland
Changing Attitude Ireland
A network of individuals and organisations whose make-up reflects the breadth and scope of the Church of England and beyond. We come from differing traditions and differing locations but we are united in one aim: To celebrate and maintain the traditional inclusivity and diversity of the Anglican Communion" We work closely with a large number of organisations. The partnership work which has emerged over the past few years is very valuable - we work with, among others, the Association of Black Clergy, Women and the Church, the Group for the Rescinding of the Act of Synod, Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement, Changing Attitude, Affirming Catholicism, the Society of Catholic Priests, Accepting Evangelicals, Courage, the Modern Churchpeople's Union, Progresssive Christianity Network and Integrity (US). We are also developing links with Greenbelt and welcome other partnerships.
Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement
The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement National Resource Centre is a UK-based international Charity who are praying for an inclusive church. Click here. to find out more about their Aims and Mission Statement.
We are a group of Arab gay women and home to all lesbians, inter-sex, queers, transsexual, transgender, questioning and bisexual women. Together we unearthed the common grounds between us and were determined to provide an opportunity for all Arab gay women to promote self-empowerment, provide support, influence social upbringing and change public opinion about the concepts of sexuality, sexual orientation, gender and homosexuality and our sociopolitical rights as a minority group with a different sexual orientation.
Claiming the Blessing
Claiming the Blessing is an unincorporated coalition of Episcopal organizations and individuals advocating for full inclusion of all the baptized in all sacraments of the church--including the blessing of same-sex relationships and equal access to all orders of ministry by qualified gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered candidates.
Since 1974, Integrity has been a faithful witness of God's inclusive love to the Episcopal Church and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. We are working for the full inclusion of all the baptized in all the sacraments.
Integrity Canada is a national network of local Integrity chapters, members, and friends working toward the full inclusion of gay and lesbian people in the life and ministry of the Anglican Church of Canada. Resources include: Sexual Orientation 101, personal testimonies of LGBT Christians, study aids for your biblical and theological reflection, plus contact information for Integrity chapters across the country. Wherever you are on your journey of faith, you're welcome here!
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