The Institute

The LGBT Technology Institute is a tax-exempt not-for-profit organization conducting cutting edge research at the intersection of LGBT communities and technology and creates resources, tools, and programs to support LGBT communities.

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The LGBT Technology Partnership brings together cutting edge tech companies, nonprofit organizations, policy makers, scholars and innovators to improve access, increase inclusion, ensure safety and empower entrepreneurship for LGBT communities around technology.

The Institute’s Allyson Robinson Talks About Connect 4 Life

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A Vision for Inclusion: An LGBT Broadband Future

Given the many societal and political challenges encountered by LGBT individuals on a daily basis, Internet and broadband technologies play a critical role for the LGBT community in all aspects of life. The LGBT Technology Partnership & Institute’s newest research project, a Vision for Inclusion: An LGBT Broadband Future, released June 26, 2014, brings together a wide range of research to explore the importance of broadband technologies to the LGBT community. Download here.


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  • September 5, 2014

    LGBT Tech Releases New Research – Helping Homeless Youth Stay Connected & the Connect 4 Life Program

    At the White House LGBT Innovation Summit this summer, LGBT Tech vice president Allyson Robinson announced a new program to leverage the power of mobile

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  • July 9, 2014

    LGBT Technology Partnership to Spin Off Research, Education Enterprise – New LGBT Technology Institute

    For Immediate Release: Wednesday, July 9, 2014 Media Contact: Andrea Hackl Contact here 202.888.7081 LGBT Technology Partnership to Spin Off Research, Education Enterprise       Veteran Advocate,

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  • June 14, 2014

    Come Join Us at the Queer Women who Tech Summit in NYC

    We are excited to be heading to New York City next week for the Queer Women who Tech Summit. The summit is the “only event

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  • June 13, 2014

    A Vision for Inclusion: An LGBT Broadband Future Addresses the Unique Technology Needs of the Community

    The report was prepared by Jessie Daniels, PhD and Mary L. Gray, PhD  for the LGBT Technology Partnership & Institute   Given the many societal

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  • June 11, 2014

    Joint Report by CenterLink and MAP Highlights the Importance of LGBT Community Centers

        Yesterday, CenterLink and the Movement Advancement Project (MAP), released the joint project 2014 LGBT Community Center Survey Report: Assessing the Capacity and Programs of

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