Gays and Lesbians in Planning
The Gays and Lesbians in Planning (GALIP) Division of APA is a forum for the exchange of ideas and information of interest to gays, lesbians, and friends in the planning profession.
GALIP addresses planning topics and issues that relate to the gay and lesbian community by providing a forum for exchanging ideas and information. The division provides a professional network for planners who are division members and a mechanism that allows friends of the division and the gay and lesbian community to support GALIP's mission.
GALIP was created as a formal APA division in 1998 at the APA National Planning Conference in Boston. We've been an informal network since 1992 when GALIP met for the first time at the national conference in Washington, D.C.