Save the Date: GPP at APCOM Virtual Donor Engagement
Monday, November 23rd, 2020
4:00 PM GMT+7, 10:00 AM CEST, 4:00AM EST

Global Philanthropy Project and APCOM invite grantmakers invested in Asia and the Pacific’s LGBTI human rights movements to save the dates for November 23-27th, 2020

Rights, Resources, Resilience
Asia-Pacific Community Conference (RRRAP Con) 2020
Constructing a Sustainable Community-Focused HIV and Human Rights Programming in the COVID-19 Era

Main Focus / Thematic Areas:

HIV Services for Key Populations and HIV programming

  • Community-Led Mechanism / Community-Based Monitoring
  • Demand Generation to increase uptake of HIV services
  • Financing and investments

 LGBTQI Rights and Inclusion

  • LGBTQI situation: Present state of inclusion
  • Experiences of APCOM and country partners in advocating for LGBTQI inclusion in the private sector;
  • Some existing practices of inclusion in the private sector
  • Strategies in advocating for LGBTQI inclusion

Registration for the main conference and donor events coming shortly. 

Related Research

Global Philanthropy Project and Funders for LGBTQ Issues, May 2020

Commissioned by Elevate Children’s Funders Group and Global Philanthropy Project, October 2019.

GPP, GATE, AJWS, Astraea, 2019.

This new guide, developed by ILGA-Europe and the Global Philanthropy Project, includes an overview of fundraising, frequently asked questions, 10 case studies, and guidance and resources to start or improve your fundraising.

How governments in the Global North can effectively partner with intermediary organizations to support LGBTI communities in the Global South and East; Commissioned by Global Philanthropy Project, July 2016

Authors: Matthew Hart, Global Philanthropy Project and Ben Francisco Maulbeck, Funders for LGBTQ Issues
Published in the Civicus 2016 State of Civil Society Report, June 2016.

Survey jointly implemented by UNDP, Peking University Sociology Department and the Beijing LGBT Center, May 2016.

UNDP, USAID, 2014

Authors: Somjen Frazer and Erin Howe, Strength in Numbers Consulting Group for the GPP Trans* Working Group in collaboration with Arcus Foundation and Open Society Foundations, 2015.