New Research Report: LGBT Exclusion in Indonesia and its Economic Effects
Discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Indonesians in workplaces, schools, and social opportunities is pervasive and will limit their ability to fully contribute to the Indonesian economy. A new report, authored by M.V. Lee Badgett, Amira Hasenbush, and Winston Ekaprasetia Luhur, and published by the Williams Institute, shows that the cost of discrimination to the Indonesian economy could range from nearly 900 million to 12 billion US dollars.
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