watch In 2012 a group of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) and LGBTQ-friendly lawyers and staff at Georgia Legal Services Program formed a task force to explore ways of reaching out to LGBTQ people in the rural parts of the state served by GLSP. The LGBTQ Client Services and Outreach Committee works to develop outreach methods to ensure that LGBTQ applicants can access legal services and feel secure in reaching out to GLSP for quality legal assistance and representation. We also work to develop and use legal theories ensuring equal justice for LGBTQ clients.essay soccer free
follow link GLSP is a large statewide non-profit law firm that serves low-income marginalized people in rural and small town Georgia. Our mission is to provide access to justice and opportunities out of poverty for low-income Georgians. We are funded by the federal Legal Services Corporation and over 70 other sources to handle civil legal matters. We know that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people are an underserved minority throughout Georgia. As studies indicate, rural LGBTQ Georgians are likely to be poor and are a natural fit for our services.http://www.ihssbca.org/blog/?edu=supersize-me-essay
thesis proposal format harvard Since its inception, the Committee has implemented a three-pronged approach to reach the LGBTQ community in Georgia. First, we work to make sure our program is welcoming to LGBTQ clients and that our staff provides quality legal assistance that is culturally sensitive and attuned to LGBTQ issues.. We do this through comprehensive in-house training and the implementation of policies that prohibit discrimination and encourage inclusiveness. Second, we work to identify the population of potential LGBTQ clients in Georgia outside the five-county metro Atlanta area. Our Committee is conducting surveys of our staff across the state to learn about local LGBTQ resources and potential partner agencies. Additionally, the Committee is reaching out to state-level LGBTQ organizations to obtain their feedback and identify potential areas of collaboration. Third, we make it known in the gay communities of Georgia that we are available to help LGBTQ people with their civil legal issues. GLSP is adding LGBTQ-friendly cues to its physical locations, websites, brochures and other media. Our advocates will be creating additional programming such as legal clinics and community legal education for LGBTQ clients across the state, including targeted outreach to LGBTQ elders.essay order
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csueb thesis guide To speak with a GLSP lawyer about LGBTQ client programming and services in your area, call 404-206-5175; 800-498-9469; or TDD 800-225-0056.