Before joining the Trust, Naomi Lumsdaine was employed as a Principal Lawyer at the Equality and Human Rights Commission undertaking strategic human rights litigation and providing technical legal support for international human rights monitoring and parliamentary work. She has a history of supporting marginalised groups in the justice system through her former work at the Prisoners’ Advice Service, and as a barrister specialising in public law and criminal defence work.
Our team brings together lawyers, activists, communications specialists and researcher. Together we use the law to defend the rights of LGBT people globally.
In almost 70 countries there are laws still criminalise LGBT people fuelling stigma, legitimising prejudice and encouraging violence. The Human Dignity Trust exists to change this. Together, we can bring forward the day when no one is criminalised because of who they are or who they love.
Mobilising the intellectual resources of the international legal community to defend the human rights of LGBT people.
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