What we do
The annual Polish LGBT Market & Workplace Research has come to an end. We’ve managed to collect the biggest amount of answers in country’s history. Over 2500 LGBTQ people took […]
Annual LGBTQ consumer choices research will finish on 30th of November 2018. Every Polish queer person is invited to take part in. The questionnaire is available only in Polish at […]
A new brief issued by the Movement Advancement Project (MAP) and the National LGBTQ Workers Center showcases the importance of LGBTQ people in the workforce. And also in every day life. Currently only 20 states […]
People behind the foundation
Jej PerfekcyjnośćChair of the Board
Sociologist, media expert and activist. From 2011 to 2016 organiser and spoke person of Parada Równości (Equality Parade – Warsaw Pride). Chair of the Board of LGBT Business Forum from 2014 to 2016 and Secretary of the Board for Volunteers of Equality Foundation for 5 years till 2016. Founder and – for many years – Chair of the Board of Queer UW. Ex-lecturer at the University of Warsaw. Trainer, organiser of many conferences, workshops and parties. Trans person. Known as a super-organised person and house music fan.
Magdalena ŚwiderMember of the Board
social psychologist (MA, Warsaw International Studies in Psychology, University of Warsaw), trainer (graduated TROP School for Business Trainers), human rights activist. Involved with NGOs since 2006, between 2014-2016 Member of the Board of Campaign Against Homophobia. She specializes in LGBTQ-related issues (currently employed at Campaign Against Homophobia as project coordinator), research and educational projects. Expert in hate-crime prevention (co-author of „Hate crime Victim Support in Europe – A Practical Guide”).
Kajetan StobieckiAllies Programme Coordinator
Student at the College of Inter-Faculty Studies in the Humanities at the University of Warsaw. LGBT+ activist, co-organiser of the pride marches in Łódź (since 2012) and the Equality Parade in Warsaw. Member of the Board of the LGBT Business Forum Foundation (2015-16).
In Poland we are all at the very beginning of our journey towards LGBT workplace inclusion. We have a privilege to work with organisations that are willing to be a leaders on this path. We are proud to be the first and the biggest LGBT-focused NGO in our country taking care of one of the most important parts of people's lives. We sent around 1/3 of our lives in work. So let's make sure we can be champions in our workplaces and we can use our diversity as an advantage for our employers and ourselves.Jej Perfekcyjność