GLAAD's Where We Are on TV report analyzes the overall diversity of primetime scripted series regulars on broadcast networks and looks at the number of LGBTQ characters on cable networks and streaming services for the 2018-2019 TV season. Now in its 15th year, WWAOTV highlights the representation of queer people in shows like Pose, which features the largest number of transgender series regular characters on a scripted U.S.
Publications by Arcus and our partners, curated from recent years, make up a rich library of thought leadership for activists, scholars, and policymakers.
58% of transgender people who interacted with law enforcement in the last year reported experiences of harassment, abuse, or other mistreatment. Prepared by the National Center of Transgender Equality, Failing to Protect and Serve: Police Department Policies Towards Transgender People uses data from 25 of the largest police departments in the country and uses 17 areas of criteria--attitude toward bathroom access, explicit protections for gender identity and/or expression, et.
This report by Legal Atlas is an in-depth look at the state of legal protection for great apes and gibbons in 17 range countries, as well as specific guidance on additional measures countries may take to ensure full legal protection for them. Legal Protections of Great Apes and Gibbons covers information on penalties for activities like illegal hunting of protected species or advertising illegal products; and breakdowns of governmental bodies managing conservation, hunting, and trade..
Every year, the Whitley Fund for Nature honors experts in conservation--"environmental heroes"--for their work in protecting the planet and its species. The Whitley Award has awarded nearly £16 million to support the protection of wildlife and local communities.
In an effort to better understand and assist queer people in rural areas, the Movement Advancement Project, in partnership with Equality Federation, the National Center for Lesbian Rights, and the National Black Justice Coalition, have prepared "Where We Call Home: LGBT People in Rural America." The report examines the way of life for the estimated 3 million or more LGBTQ people who call rural America home, and the structural challenges they face, including discrimination and limited healthcare access.. .