Firm Contributes to Groundbreaking Report on Corporate Support for LGBTQI Equality

Report helps businesses better support the global movement for LGBTQI equality

June 02, 2021

In conjunction with UK-based nonprofit, and longtime pro bono partner, GiveOut, as well as corporate partners Goldman Sachs and Boston Consulting Group, Latham is excited to announce the launch of “Pride with Purpose: How Businesses Can Support the Global Movement for LGBTQI Human Rights.” 

Based on research and interviews with businesses and lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and intersex (LGBTQI) activists around the world, the report seeks to help businesses better support the global movement for LGBTQI equality, especially in those places where it is most difficult to be a member or ally of the LGBTQI community. It features a foreword by global business leader and LGBTQI role model Lord John Browne. 

“GiveOut is one of the foremost organizations working to support LGBTQI activism around the globe,” said partner Matthew Brown, who led the Latham team. “We are delighted to support GiveOut in a variety of ways, and to help launch this groundbreaking report.”

Along with Matthew Brown, associates Danni Davies and Bryce Williams helped research and draft the report. 


 
 
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