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

About the study

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The key objective is to provide cross-cultural evidence, for the first time ever, concerning life course inequalities experienced by LGBTQI+ people, comparing and contrasting these across four European countries with different yet interrelated social, historical, economic and political backgrounds: England, Scotland, Portugal and Germany. Additionally, the project examines how inequalities related to gender identity and/or sexuality vary and intersect with others, such as social class, ethnicity, citizenship status, health status, dis/ability, religion and geographical location across the life course.

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Events and presentations

We attend several presentations and events across the world to discuss the project.

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