Ending Violence Against LGBTQI+ People: Global evidence and emerging insights into what works

This brief is based on an evidence review which focused on understanding violence against LGBTQI+ people and identifying promising interventions and practice in preventing such violence.

Violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and intersex people (LGBTQI+)1 people is a human rights violation and a significant threat to global health and development. Studies from all over the world reveal alarming rates of violence based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and sex characteristics targeting people across the LGBTQI+ spectrum.

Learn about our successful grantees

Our grants include Innovation and Scale grants across a number of focus areas. In our first funding round, eight grants have been awarded.