Queer refugees in Germany need your help. Chip in today.

Our German partners, Homosexuelle Selbsthilfe (HS), provide crucial, free legal and translation support for LGBT asylum seekers who face homophobia and discrimination in their asylum processes.

But HS can't keep up financially with all the requests for help they're getting and their funds for this year are already completely used up.

Donate today so HS can help 27 LGBT refugees secure asylum and safety.

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When Aicha* kissed her girlfriend goodbye, she didn't know it would be their last kiss.

Aicha is a refugee from Tunisia. After her parents caught her and her girlfriend kissing, her life came to a hold: Her parents tried to force her to get married, she lost her job, and she was facing the risk of getting three years in prison under Tunisia's anti-gay law.

She escaped to Germany but the authorities didn't believe her story and rejected her request for asylum. Luckily, she met a group of activists who offered to get her a lawyer. The lawyer helped make the authorities reconsider her case and she was finally granted asylum.

All Out is partnering with Homosexuelle Selbsthilfe (HS), a Germany-based organisation that helps cover legal and translation costs for asylum seekers - but their funds for this year are already completely used up.

Can you chip in today to help refugees like Aicha?

* name changed

This campaign is being run in conjunction with Homosexuelle Selbsthilfe e.V.

Published: 23 October 2017 

This is a campaign of the All Out Action Fund, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization.