Casa T is Portugal’s First Shelter for Trans Immigrants

Already suffering from housing and job discrimination, many immigrants in Portugal now face eviction after falling behind on rent during the pandemic, Channel 4 reports. Casa T in Lisbon was established as a sanctuary for Portugal’s trans immigrants after many were made homeless in the wake of Covid-19.

However, the need for Casa T does not come solely from the pandemic, with Portugal’s wider prejudices garnering greater attention in recent months, as touched upon in the full video that can be viewed here.

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