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Should We Give Doctors the Right to Kill Another Human Being n Euthanasia or Assisted Suicide?

Today we launch the fundraising campaign for our new film FATAL FLAWS. Over the past two years, my crew and I have logged over 50,000 kms in the air and on the road to ask one of the most fundamental philosophical questions of our time: Should we be giving doctors – or anyone – the […]

2017 was one of the deadliest years for transgender people in the U.S.

A new report highlights just how perilous it is to be a transgender person in the United States. The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) in conjunction with the Trans People of Color Coalition (TPOCC) analyzed the known data surrounding theShow More Summary

2017 Was the Deadliest Year For Trans People In At Least a Decade

At least 25 transgender people have been violently killed in 2017, more than during any other recorded year in the past decade, according to a new report from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC). The report notes that 84 percent of the victims were people of color and 80 percent identified as female. Trans women are four times more likely than cisgender women to […]

2017 Is The Deadliest Year Yet For Transgender People

6 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

There has been more reported violence against transgender people so far in 2017 than any year before in the U.S., according to a report released today by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, which tells the stories of all 25 transgender people who h… Read The post 2017 Is The Deadliest Year Yet For Transgender People appeared first on Towleroad.

ALABAMA: Kayla Moore Claims Trump Owes Them A Thank You For Taking Attention Away From Russia

last weekLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Kayla Moore appeared at a Women For Moore rally in Alabama just now to attack the media, the DNC, the Human Rights Campaign, and anybody else who objects to her husband’s hatred of “transgender bathrooms” and “transgenders in the military.”...Show More Summary

Let's Not Pretend: Walmart Is Still Hostile to LGBT Workers

The Human Rights Campaign finally acknowledged the retail giant is not treating its employees — including LGBT employees — humanely. Jerame Davis says HRC should have made this point much sooner.

BREAKING: Australia Votes in Favor of Marriage Equality in Postal Survey

Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization, hailed the outcome of Australia’s Marriage Law Postal Survey, where results show that 61.6 percent of Australian voters who participated in the survey endorse marriage equality. Show More Summary

Is this craziest week in a crazy year of Donald Trump?

His campaign has been tied to Wikileaks. He's cozied up to a human rights abuser. His attorney general is being grilled. And it's only Tuesday. The post Is this craziest week in a crazy year of Donald Trump? appeared first on

Scottish police thwarted Palestinian activists' right to protest in peace

Police commission upheld three complaints by Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign over officers’ actions towards activists Police Scotland has been warned that it risked breaching the human rights of pro-Palestinian activists by interfering...Show More Summary

Assad regime's 'starve or surrender' strategy is a war crime, says Amnesty

Report by human rights watchdog criticises the blocking of humanitarian aid at same time as carrying out bombing campaigns Forces loyal to Bashar al-Assad in Syria have committed crimes against humanity through their “starve or surrender”...Show More Summary

Sir Richard Branson labelled a hypocrite over support for Saudi tourism scheme

Campaigners say tycoon’s plan to invest in luxury Red Sea project jars with previous criticism of Saudi Arabia’s questionable human rights record Sir Richard Branson has been accused of hypocrisy after investing in a luxury tourism project in Saudi Arabia despite his track record of speaking out against human rights abuses in the country. Show More Summary

Why Human Rights Are Good for Business

In 2017, we are operating in times unlike anything we have ever seen before. Consumer demand for transparency is at all-time high. Million-dollar marketing campaigns are losing out to consumer video uploads and online activism.

Over 450 major employers now have policies to support trans workers

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) released its 2018 Corporate Equality Index today, an annual ranking that assesses companies’ LGBTQ-inclusive practices and policies. To date, 459 major employers have added guidelines designed to support transgender employees while transitioning. Show More Summary

HRC Congratulates NJ Governor-Elect Phil Murphy on Victory

Today, the Human Rights Campaign released the following statement after Phil Murphy won New Jersey’s gubernatorial race: “Murphy made advancing LGBTQ equality a key part of his vision for the future of New Jersey, and his commitmentShow More Summary

Cities with Latinx populations among those committing to LGBTQ equality

In this week's Guest Article Milagros Chirinos, bilingual media manager-Spanish, Human Rights Campaign, discusses the recently released 2017 Municipal Equality Index (MEI), a nationwide evaluation of municipal law that examines inclusion...Show More Summary

HRC President Chad Griffin Calls on Secretary Tillerson to Speak Out on Global Anti-LGBTQ Attacks

Today, the Human Rights Campaign released a letter from HRC President Chad Griffin to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson about the growing attacks against the LGBTQ community around the world. In the letter, Griffin calls on Secretary...Show More Summary

Civil Rights Groups to Facebook: Fix the ‘Pervasive Bigotry’ On Your Platform

3 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

The Human Rights Campaign and SPLC, along with several other groups, filed a joint letter to Facebook imploring them to quit talking change and actually take action.

The 3 Best Ideas for Improving LGBT Lives

AT&T and the Human Rights Campaign have selected three young visionaries for having the best ideas to improve the lives of LGBT students.

DNCE Performs at Human Rights Campaign National Dinner 2017

DNCE poses in their colorful attire as they arrive for the 2017 Human Rights Campaign National Dinner held at the Washington Convention Center on Saturday (October 28) in Washington, D.C. The band – Jack Lawless, JinJoo Lee, Joe Jonas, and Cole Whittle – served as the musical guest of the evening, closing out the dinner [...]

Hillary Clinton jabs Fox News: They keep ‘talking about impeaching me’

In the wake of recent extensive coverage over Hillary Clinton’s alleged involvement in the controversial Trump dossier and the Russian uranium deal, she took aim at Fox News during a Human Rights Campaign event on Saturday, reports The Hill. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

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