Who’s fighting for the rights of the LGBT community in Egypt? Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) groups & organizations range from social and support groups to organizations that are political in nature. Some groups are independent, some are more radical than others, some are aligned with other bigger umbrella or religious organizations.
Find out which organizations are working on Social Justice for LGBT people in Egypt.

LGBT Organizations Egypt:

No Hate Egypt (NHE) is an initiative that aims to stop hatred and violence against any minority group. We promote freedom of speech and thought. We encourage humanity, tolerance and acceptance. We demand gender equality between men and women. We are the voice of religious minorities such as: Muslims of different sects, Christians, Jews, Baha’i’s, Agnostics and Atheists. We are also the voice of sexual minorities such as: Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transsexuals and Intersex (LGBTIQ+ Community). We support freedom of political views. We are against any kind of discrimination due to one’s skin color, language, culture, gender, sexual orientation, or political view. We want a country that promotes respect and love. We want full citizenship. Enough hatred and violence. NHE has been active since 2015 and mainly fighting the government over LGBT cases and rights.

Bedayaa is a group of Egyptian & Sudanese Queers and home to all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queers, Inter-Sex in the nile valley Area Egypt & Sudan

Solidarity with Egypt LGBT. Is a campaign to reach out to LGBT movements and individuals worldwide about the LGBT issues in Egypt.إنها حملة للتواصل مع الجمعيات و الأفراد المتضامنين مع حقوق مختلفي الميول الجنسية و الجند…

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