Lenford Network – Advocacy for LGBTI+ rights is a social promotion association founded in 2007
The association is made up of lawyers, trainees, jurists and jurists, students and individuals with proven experience or expertise in LGBTI+ matters.
The associates operate on a non-profit basis at a national and international level for the protection of fundamental rights.
The association takes its name from Harvey Lenford, a Jamaican activist committed to the rights of HIV-positive people, barbarously killed in 2005 because he was homosexual.
The association promotes the dissemination of the culture and respect for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI+) people, in particular by promoting their study and knowledge among legal practitioners and is engaged in prevention , protection and promotion in the field of the fight against discrimination for sexual orientation and gender identity.