GPP at Women Deliver 2019 Global Conference
3-6 June 2019  |  Vancouver, Canada

Many of GPP’s member organizations will be represented at the 2019 Women Deliver conference, and we have compiled key resources for members and other grantmakers to support and promote making connections between Lesbian, Bisexual, Queer, Trans, and Intersex (LBQTI) movements and their intersections with movements for gender equality. See below for information about our May 28th Webinar co-hosted with PAWHR and Women Deliver, our list of WD sessions/events relevant to LBQTI issues, and our research/resources for learning more about LBQTI funding.  Newly added: GPP member organizations have developed a position paper for distribution to funders and policy-makers attending Women Deliver 2019. 

Connecting the Dots: LBQTI and Gender Equality at Women Deliver.
A Webinar for Funders and Policy Makers.
May 28, 2019 10-11am EDT / 4-5pm CEST / 5-6pm EAT
In advance of the June 2019 Women Deliver global conference, Global Philanthropy Project (GPP), Philanthropy Advancing Women’s Human Rights (PAWHR), and Women Deliver co-hosted a webinar for funders and policymakers interested in exploring Lesbian, Bisexual, Queer, Trans, and Intersex (LBQTI) movements and their intersections with movements for gender equality. Funders and Policymakers were invited to learn about opportunities to build bridges, share tools and data, and develop a community of mutual learning and support achieve gender equality of all people regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, and sex characteristics.

Speakers included:

  • J. Bob Alotta, Executive Director of Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice
  • Joy Chia, Program Officer for the Women’s Rights Program, Open Society Foundations
  • Wendy Drukier, Director General for Global Affairs Canada
  • Katja Iversen, President/CEO of Women Deliver
  • Nicky McIntyre, CEO of Foundation for a Just Society
GPP, PAWHR, Women Deliver logos

GPP Position Paper for Funders at Women Deliver

GPP spreadsheet tracking LBQTI-related events at Women Deliver


You can also view the GPP spreadsheet directly here.
Know of others we should add? Send them to info@globalphilanthropyproject.org 

Our partners at Philanthropy Advancing Women’s Human Rights (PAWHR) also have a collected events page here. 

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