CILIA-LGBTQ+

Comparing Intersectional Life Course Inequalities amongst LGBTQI+ Citizens in Four European Countries

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Project Details

CILIA – LGBTQI+ investigates potential inequalities experienced by people who define themselves as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersexual Queer, Intersex and/or + (LGBTQI+) at three ‘transition’ points in life:

  1. Education to work transitions;
  2. Employment progression in mid-life;
  3. The transition into retirement and its implications for end of life.

The key objective is to provide cross-cultural evidence concerning life course inequalities experienced by LGBTIQ+ people, with a special focus on the intersection of different forms of discrimination.

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Principal Investigators

Recent Publications

Queer(y)ing Agent-Based Modelling: An example from LGBTQ workplace studies

Matthew A. Hall, Peter Barbrook-Johnson, Sait Bayrakdar, Andrew King |

CILIA-LGBTQI+ Scotland Policy Brief Winter/Spring 2021

Yvette Taylor, Matson Lawrence, Maja B. Andreasen |

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Research Themes

Stakeholders

England and Scotland: Stonewall, Opening Doors London, Stonewall Housing, LGBTHealth, Gendered Intelligence, Birmingham LGBT Centre, LGBT Foundation, Glasgow Women’s Library, Scottish Trans Alliance, Safe Age No Discrimination (SAND), Age UK, Tonic Housing.

Germany: LSVD, Schwulenberatung Berlin, RuT Berlin, Bundesverband Trans, TransInterQueer (TrIQ), BISS, Dachverband Lesben und Alter.

Portugal: ILGA Portugal, Casa Qui, PATH Coimbra, Panteras Rosa, Clube Safo, PortugalGay.PT