Fondation Le Refuge – Strasbourg

Le Refuge is the only organisation in France, recognised as being of public utility, to offer temporary accommodation and social, medical, psychological and legal support to young adults who are victims of homophobia or transphobia and who are experiencing family breakdown.

The structure offers support and temporary accommodation in the relay flats of one of its 20 departmental delegations.

The aim is to enable the young person to stabilise and rebuild his or her life and gradually gain financial and material independence.

It accompanies young people in the asylum process, in connection with other structures, particularly for the preparation of the interview at the OFPRA.



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Acathi Barcelona

The Nausica programme provides temporary housing and specialised intervention services for individuals or families (in the case of ACATHI, SOGI) who have applied for or benefited from international protection and who are in a situation of vulnerability and social exclusion.

Aids-Hilfe Schwäbisch Gmünd e. V. – Rainbow Ref

AIDS-Hilfe Schwäbisch Gmünd was founded on 18 July 1995. The team assists with housing searches, visits from the authorities, problems of discrimination and is an emotional support for the refugees. Together they work to enable these people to start a new life in safety.

Athens Housing Collective

The project houses LGBT+ refugees and facilitates connections with other organizations and resources in Athens to help its beneficiaries access food, healthcare, psychosocial support, job training, language training and employment. Housing and community-based project which aims to address the basic needs of LGBTQI+ individuals and provide a holistic range of support services throughout the various stages of social integration + provides housing for up to 1 year, with the aim of facilitating information transfer within a supportive context and enabling its members to gradually integrate into Greek society.


Created in 1993, BASILIADE is an association resulting from the fight against HIV, whose main mission is to welcome and accompany the most vulnerable people in precarious social and health situations

Café Kuchus

Café Kuchus provides you with a pleasant and safe place to meet other LGBTI refugees, ask the social workers about whatever you need, or just to have some tea and access our WIFI network.

Casa Arcobaleno (Spazio Aperto Servizi)

Social enterprise established in Milan in 1993, with the aim of taking care of people living in situations of fragility, through a network of social, health, welfare, educational and housing services.

Casa Marcella (Consultorio Transgenere / Nelumbo)

A temporary shelter for people who do not identify with their assigned gender at birth and are therefore victims of discrimination and violence.

Casa Refuge LGBT

Refuge LGBT is the first shelter and protection facility in Italy for young people who have suffered discrimination or violence due to their sexual identity.

CASA+ (Croce Rossa Italiana)

A temporary and protection shelter for LGBT youth


Cavaria is an umbrella organization, gathering LGBTQI+ organsations in Flandre. Volunteers work for the rights and well-being of LGBTIQ+ people 

Centre Lgbtiq+ Cigale

CIGALE is a professional office which offers advice and support to every person having questions regarding sexual orientation, coming-out and gender identity.


Le DENH est une structure projetée vers l’accès à l’autonomie et l’insertion des personnes LGBT+ réfugiées ou en demande d’asile.

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L'univers visuel de Rainbow Welcome!

L’identité visuelle de Rainbow Welcome! a été développée par Alison Roger France, en collaboration avec PLS et tous les partenaires.

Alison a étudié la complexité de la sexualité, des orientations sexuelles, du genre, des expressions de genre, des identités, des caractéristiques sexuelles, de la fluidité entre les différents spectres, etc. Elle a également adopté un processus de création incluant le parcours des réfugié·e·s dans la vie et sur terre pour aboutir à ces formes organiques dont les natures, les mouvements et les textures visent à illustrer la multiplicité et la complexité de chacun·e et de tous les individus. Bien entendu, les couleurs du drapeau LGBTIQ+ ont été utilisées. L’ensemble se veut dynamique, intriguant et… positif ! Notre message est celui de l’accueil et de l’inclusion, comme le stipule notre devise « Réfugié·e·s rainbow, BIENVENU·E·S ! ».

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