Lesbian, bisexual, and queer (LBQ) movements are doing essential work around the world, and this global moment reflects their leadership. As Black Lives Matter movements push to dismantle racism and white supremacy, the grassroots abolition-centered work of many Black LBQ organizers has been a galvanizing force.
Publications by Arcus and our partners, curated from recent years, make up a rich library of thought leadership for activists, scholars, and policymakers.
Urgent and transformative action is needed to address the complex, interconnected challenges facing society today, including climate change, deteriorating ecosystems, water scarcity, food security, poverty, and biodiversity loss. Putting nature at the heart of any solution is increasingly recognized as the foundation for securing climate resilience and sustainable development, but no one organization holds the solution, and fragmented approaches cannot address the challenges at scale.
An Arcus report assessing progress in implementation of the Foundation’s updated Social Justice Program grantmaking strategy, which seeks to achieve increased safety for LGBTQ people; increased LGBTQ-affirming protections; and increased inclusion and acceptance of LGBTQ people.
Data regarding LGBTI health needs are inadequate and incomplete across the globe, but the data that is available suggest that LGBTI people’s health is consistently poorer than that of the general population. A report from The Global Forum on MSM & HIV and OutRight Action International highlights existing data pertinent to the health and well-being of LGBTI people, identifies gaps in data, and offers recommendations regarding what type of data and indicators United Nations Member States should report in order to effectively monitor progress on LGBTI health needs.
In the 10th edition of "Primates in Peril," IUCN, Global Wildlife Conservation, and other leading conservation groups bring attention to the 25 primate species considered to be among the most endangered worldwide and in the greatest need of conservation measures. The latest report includes two great ape species--the Tapanuli orangutan and the western chimpanzee--as well as the Gaoligong hoolock gibbon..
Arcus' 2019 annual reporting reflects the unprecedented and unique character of a global reality shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic and characterized by virtual communication. In addition to topline financial information and grant listings of the past year, the report features perspectives on the state of our mission and prospects for success from Jon Stryker, our president and founder; Annette Lanjouw, our CEO; and 17 of our movement partners from around the world.