our resources


We are constantly creating resources to share with the community, with allies. We want to ensure that the work we do reaches as many people as possible.

We want a world in which the LGBTQIA+ community is an accepted part of society; a legislative framework that takes into account the needs of our community; a new language centered around non-binary diversity; institutions and safe spaces.



LGBTQIA+ community allies are people who are actively involved in actions aimed at understanding, acceptance and inclusion of people in the community. We’ve created this guide to define terms and outline what a good ally means.

[The Guide for Parents, Family and Friends]

This guide is an opportunity for parents, family, and close people to understand what it means to be discriminated against because of who you really are and/or the love you have for someone; to discover information, questions and answers about the LGBTQIA+ community.

[The Safe Spaces Guide]

Here you will find a series of tips and tricks on how you can make your space more inclusive and safer for the LGBTQIA+ community.

[Informative Guide on Bullying]

The purpose of this guide is to inform and find solutions both for students, as well as for teachers or other actors involved in the educational act, who in turn encounter forms of discrimination, but also practice them, as well as for parents or legal guardians to understand the impact and necessity of open attitudes in the academic community.

[Practical Approaches Against Bullying and Discrimination]

Together with FILIA Center, UnLoc, Hope Enable Foundation, and Alexandra Corcoveanu, we have created a guide with basic information on what to do when you witness an act of discrimination. 

[What are microaggressions and how can we create a safer space for the LGBTQIA+ community?]

The purpose of this guide is to provide information regarding the effects and impact of microaggressions on LGBTQIA+ individuals, as well as to understand what perceived microaggressions are by marginalized and/or vulnerable communities.


[(un)safe spaces for the LGBTQIA+ community]

The present study wants to research the extent to which the LGBTQIA+ community experiences forms
of subtle or direct abuse compared to cishet people.

[(un)safe spaces for the LGBTQIA+ community #2]

We have gathered data about (un)safe spaces, why they are perceived as such, and what are the recommendations for individuals who have been put in this uncomfortable status within society. 


[activity report 2018 - 2021]

We like transparency, so here we have collected the most important things about our activity until the end of 2021.

[activity report 2022]

What we did in 2022. 

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