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there is no them


We want our neighbors to be included

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there is no them


We want our neighbors to be included

WE BELIEVE EVERY HUMAN DESERVES INCLUSION TO RIGHTS & RESOURCES

We're excited to announce Love Without Agenda is re-organizing itself to publicly advocate for our neighbors full inclusion to rights & resources. 

After 10 years of working with a network of community entrepreneurs across the globe, we realized that many of the local people solving local problems came from very similar spaces.

We've taken our years of experiences and bring together an All-Star advocacy team. We'll also be busy gathering some friends to advise our work who are some of our planets leading experts on inclusion and equality! We're thrilled to begin devoting ourselves to building inclusive neighborhoods across our globe.

Because, there is no them.

(don't worry, we've still got big plans for community action ) 

 

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Human Trafficking


We want our neighbors safe from abduction

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Human Trafficking


We want our neighbors safe from abduction

HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS NOW THE SECOND LARGEST ORGANIZED CRIME ON THE PLANET.

We partner with both STOP THE TRAFFIK and the UN GIFT Box program to help communities spot and stop the trafficking of our neighbors. Our Senior Advisor, Steve Chalke, is the United Nations Special Advisor on Human Trafficking & Community Action. Steve generously gives us his wealth of knowledge to host conferences and events that educate and empower the public in this arena. He  helps us meet and gather global advocate leaders to privately encourage cooperation across multiple advocacy issues (LGBTQ people, immigration etc.).

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Interfaith Dialogue


We want our neighbors to learn & listen from one another

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Interfaith Dialogue


We want our neighbors to learn & listen from one another

Perhaps no issue could cause more strife and pain in our coming century than religious intolerance and fundamentalism. We believe that love always trumps being right, and that we all have important lessons to learn from our neighbors of different faith. We create spaces for conversations among people who practice different faiths, but have the same good-will toward other humans.

We believe that if God looks down at humanity, there is only us, and never a them.

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Womens Rights


We want our neighbors to be equally paid

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Womens Rights


We want our neighbors to be equally paid

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Immigration reform


We want our neighbors to have a clear path to citizenship

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Immigration reform


We want our neighbors to have a clear path to citizenship

When Love Without Agenda first started, we were befriended by a Native American leader named Richard Twiss. When asked about his view on immigration reform, Richard replied: "The important thing to remember is that you are all immigrants. Every single one of you!" 

We believe that when hard working families want to come to the USA, they should have the same opportunities as our grandfathers and grandmothers. While immigration reform is a complex issue, we stand in favor of creating a clear path to citizenship people, because in the end, we're a better nation when we include others."

 

SYNERGY IS SMART

"Even Jesus needed a witness"

It's a common phrase amongst friends over the years. It points to the reality that no matter what your gifts or strengths—it's most effective if someone else champions your cause. Our strategy is to bring advocacy communities together to advocate for one another. 

While we will do the important work of hosting conferences, community events, and public workshops—all designed to advocate for our neighbors - it's in the relational and synergistic advocacy work that gets us most excited.

We're leveraging decades of contacts to bring advocacy leaders and their communities together to provide 'a witness' for one another's inherent value, cross-pollinating LGBTQ equality and other advocacy landscapes.