Preventing and Reducing Inequalities using Data and Empowerment 

Supported by ILGA-Europe in the framework of No One Left Behind Fund “Working towards socio-economic justice: addressing LGBTI homelessness in the EU”. In cooperation with University of Turin and University of Padua with the support of Analysis Group.

The project

Quore’s experience in the field of socio-economic inequalities and housing deprivation within the LGBTIQ+ population has encouraged the birth of new initiatives to examine the topic and, more broadly, to support the wellbeing of LGBTIQ+ people.

P.R.I.D.E. gathers Italian housing service providers and anti-discrimination centers providing support to LGBTIQ+ people suffering from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The network is aimed at improving the overall reception system, developing the dialogue with institutions and designing prevention and advocacy strategies.


Conducted by the Department of Psychology of Turin University and the Department of Developmental Psychology and Socialisation of Padua University, the research has conceived a  quali-quantitative investigation and systematic data analysis to explore for the first time the connections between minority stress and housing deprivation and the impact that housing services have on the well-being of LGBTIQ+ people.

Expanding the national and international literature on the topic, the research offers data and considerations about the stigma that LGBTIQ+ people experience and the housing services that support them, providing a meaningful framework of reference on the phenomenon.


The project has given birth to a national network aimed at: sharing tools, methodologies and good practices, improving the reception system both at local and national level, developing advocacy strategies to prevent exclusion and marginalization of LGBTIQ+ people.