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equality literacy 101: Choosing to have a conversation often starts with being comfortable with terminology. This quick cheat sheet will help get you caught up on the right words to use.
10 things you can do as an ally: Looking for ways to go beyond what was covered in the session? This list may offer some good ideas.
International Laws: Find out what the laws in places around the globe are when it comes to LGBT rights and equality. From ILGA.
LGBT Capital: Estimated LGBT Purchasing Power: LGBT Capital produces regular research papers to quantify LGBT-Wealth, LGBT-GDP and the inbound LGBT Tourism & Travel market.
14th Annual LGBTQ Community Survey: Community Marketing & Insights (CMI) has been conducting LGBTQ consumer research for over 25 years.
The Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index: Get the report card for corporate America on LGBTQ-inclusive policies. Released annually by the Human Rights Campaign use this report to learn more about where your company stands when it comes to equality. The results may surprise you. You can also use it to inform your purchases and they even have a smartphone ap to help you make choices on the go.
A Workplace Divided: Understanding the Climate for LGBTQ Workers Nationwide: A Workplace Divided surveyed over 800 LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ workers and complements HRC’s history of work, the Corporate Equality Index, and on systems-level change with major private sector employers
Accelerating Acceptance 2018: Each year through extensive polling and research, GLAAD looks at the state of America’s hearts and minds when it comes to accepting LGBTQ people.
The Cost of the Closet and the Rewards of Inclusion: The Cost of the Closet surveyed over 800 LGBT workers across the country and included an added survey of non-LGBT workers.
Out in the World. Securing LGBT Rights in the Global Marketplace: Out in the World was released by the Center for Talent Innovation in January 2016 and analyzes some of the most significant challenges that multinational corporations face in the global marketplace when corporate policy conflicts with anti-LGBT laws in the countries where they do business.
Degrees of Equality: Originally conducted to assess the gap between policy change and culture change, this is an extensive assessment of workplace climate. Released in 2009, the Human Rights Campaign worked with Lake Research Partners to conduct focus groups, in depth interviews, and a nationally based survey to collect data. It details the successes and failures of policy change and investigates the actual environments in which LGBT people work in each day.
The Power of OUT: There is a fee to access this study, conducted by the Center for Work-Life Policy. It has information about the talent recruitment and retention issues that arise in uninclusive workplaces. It also includes information about innovative programs designed to change workplace culture so LGBT employees feel welcome and free to bring their full selves to work.
CenterLink, The Community of LGBTQ Centers: Serving over 270 LGBTQ community centers across the country in 45 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, as well as centers in Canada, China, and Australia, CenterLink assists newly forming community centers and helps strengthen existing LGBTQ centers, through networking opportunities for center leaders, peer-based technical assistance and training, and a variety of capacity building services.
Freedom For All Americans: Legislative Tracker: Click on the bill to read more information about it, including sponsors, latest action, and its status. Below the chart, you’ll see a density map on where the most legislation is being considered.
Straight for Equality Workplace resources: Still need more? Check out our full workplace resource area for even more details on workplace issues, external resources, other learning opportunities, and advanced tools.