RESEARCH, RESOURCES, AND UPDATES
KFF and the Washington Post’s latest partnership survey provides readers with the unique insights of 515 trans and gender nonconforming individuals from diverse backgrounds living in the United States who are experiencing stigma and systemic inequality in many aspects of their lives.
Prohibiting Gender Affirming Care for Youth
The UCLA Williams Institute published a study that details that more than 144,000 transgender youth lost or remain at risk of losing access to gender-affirming care due to legislative bans in the U.S.
Highlighting Online Resources for Trans Communities and Allies
Arcus Foundation compiled a collection of resources in solidarity with those working to advance human rights for trans and gender-nonconforming people to support movement members and allies.
FCAA Resource Tracking Report
Funders Concerned About AIDS’ resource tracking report, based on the calendar year 2020 grantmaking, captures the award data of 5,000 grants awarded by 323 foundations in 10 countries to identify the gaps, trends, and opportunities in HIV-related philanthropy.
How Nonprofits Can Stand Up to Anti-Trans Legislation
Bolder Advocacy shares ways nonprofits can leverage their power and resources to defend trans lives living in America whose freedoms are threatened by cruel legislation.
The South is Queer and Trans, Our Funding Must Be Too
Grantmakers for Southern Progress addresses the needed investments philanthropy must act on to uplift LGBTQ communities and movements in the South.
Companies are Failing Trans Employees
Harvard Business Review surveyed 2,230 transgender and gender nonconforming employees in eight countries. The authors present strategies for creating safe, inclusive workspaces for TGNC staff.