Access to Justice
Vulnerable people in the LGBTQ community encounter many barriers to justice. GLAD work to remove them, whether by providing interpretation on GLAD Answers, partnering with legal services organizations, or educating lawyers about how to serve LGBTQ clients.
Update: On July 19, 2019, Governor Sununu vetoed the bill. Despite this disappointing news, we are optimistic that next year we can pass an even ... Read More
On May 13, 2019, GLAD Civil Rights Project Director Mary Bonauto submitted testimony to the Maine Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety in support ... Read More
LGBTQ youth are disproportionately likely to become involved in the juvenile justice system due to their increased risk of rejection from their own families, harassment ... Read More
GLAD supports partners Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund, Planned Parenthood Connecticut, CT Working Families, and others in advocating for paid family and medical leave ... Read More
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