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GLISA International’s letter to members about the One World Event

GLISA reiterates that despite the setback to where the global LGBTIQ community has directed us to go, GLISA had not abandoned the One World Event initiative to support the LGBTIQ “athlete, artist, advocate. ” So we will get there and we will keep the community involved as we progress to that goal. Read the whole […]

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Response to FGG for leaving the process towards an One World Event

Dear Joanie and Kurt: Thank you for your correspondence of March 2, 2016. To be candid with you, this decision is disappointing. It’s disappointing because it appears you have disregarded the feedback from respondents to the 2014 Survey to create “one organization; one event.” You will understand, we hope, that our reaction is based on […]

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North American Outgames 2016

The 3rd NorthAmericaOutgames will take place in St. Louis from May 27 – June 4  2016  at www.naoutgames2016.org

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Country Comparison on Key Findings for Homophobia in Sport

 Out on the Fields is the first international study and largest conducted on homophobia in sport. Nearly 9500 people including lesbian, gay, bisexual and straight people from across the world. The study focused on issues of sexuality in team sports and the English speaking countries. Repucom conducted the research with the study being initiated by […]

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The Cologne Report

The Boards of GLISA and FGG recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding about the production of a One World Event in 2022. The basis for the discussion is The Cologne Report – named so because representatives of the two boards  met in Cologne in December 2014 and discussed a number of different options for a […]

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GLISA and FGG announce Joint Memo of Understanding

Development and production to begin for One World Event in 2022 The Boards of the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) and the Gay and Lesbian International Sports Organization (GLISA) are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the development and production of One World Event to be held in 2022. […]

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GLISA and FGG announce framework for One World Event

Site Selection Commission to begin 4th quarter 2015 The joint Working Group (WG) of the Gay and Lesbian International Sports Association (GLISA) and the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) announces the creation of a framework for a quadrennial One World Event (1WE). The Working Group will work to perpetuate the history of FGG and GLISA, while also working […]

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Support World OutGames Miami 2017 – Donate now!

  When you bring together powerful elements – Sports, Culture and Human Rights – then add passionate and empowered people to the mix, you’ve got a force to be reckoned with. Place that blend in a vibrant, evolving and welcoming place like Miami, and prepare to change the world. Contribute to the World OutGames Miami […]

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Will IOC include SOGI after SOCHI?

THE GAY AND LESBIAN INTERNATIONAL SPORT ASSOCIATION URGES THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE TO ADD SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY  (SOGI) TO THE OLYMPIC CHARTER   Toronto, February 18, 2014 The Gay and Lesbian International Sport Association (GLISA) today greets reports that the International Olympic Committee may force future bidders to abide by a specific anti-discrimination […]

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GLISA Responds to EGLSF letter related to 1QE

Answer to a recent EGLSF Letter Addressed to GLISA and FGG Dear Friends of the European Gay and Lesbian Sport Federation (EGLSF), We write to thank you for your recent group letter addressed to both us and the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) regarding One Quadrennial Event (1QE). The Gay and Lesbian International Sport Association […]

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