Clotilde Coron and Léa Dorion co-organize a research day against LGBT+ phobias on May 17, 2024, at the Faculty of Law-Economics-Management, in Room Georges Vedel, Building G, from 9 AM to 6 PM.

This workshop is part of the International Day against LGBT phobia (lesbophobia, gayphobia, biphobia, transphobia), which takes place every year on May 17, a symbolic date chosen because of the removal of homosexuality from the list of mental illnesses by the WHO on May 17, 1990 (this did not happen until 2019 for transidentity). This workshop will bring together researchers in social sciences working on sexual orientation and/or gender identity and LGBT+ populations. 

The program is multi-disciplinary and spans various social sciences: Law, Economics, Management, Sociology, and Political Science. Some RITM faculty members will participate in this event: