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Issues facing LGBT employees at foreign affairs agencies have generated a significant amount of press. A selection of recent media repots are included below.
- Some GLIFAA members are recognized for their volunteerism abroad. As reported in the Washington Post
- Read about GLIFAA’s Pride Month activities in the July 2010 issue of USAID’s The Insider.
- USAID's Frontlines Newsletter recognizes GLIFAA for winning the Out and Equal Workplace Equality Award. (November 2009)
- GovExec Reports that new domestic partnership benefits are affordable. (October 2009)
- USAID's Frontlines Newsletter reports new domestic partner benefits. (September 2009)
- USAID's Frontlines Newsletter profiled GLIFAA in Februrary 2009.
- Severing Diplomatic Ties, a candid interview in The Advocate with Ambassador Michael Guest on his reasons for quitting the Foreign Service.
- At State, A Friendlier Workplace, a 2007 profile of the Department of State's relationship with GLIFAA in the Washington Post.
Foreign Service Journal
The Foreign Service Journal has recently published several articles relating to the status of Members of Houshold in the Foreign Service. FSJ supports broader efforts in the U.S. and around the world to bring about greater respect for the rights of sexual minorities.
- "Member of Household Policy: Failing Our Families" by Ambassador Michael Guest
- "Speaking Out: Hope for Gay and Lesbian Foreign Service Employees" by Steven Giegerich
- "Diversity and MOH Policy" by Christian Charette
- "Speaking Out: Achieving Full Diversity in the Foreign Service" by Ajit Joshi
- "Not Quite Family: Members of Household at State" by Bob Guldin