GPP Structures

GPP activities are organized through a number of structures including Working Groups, Advisory Committees, Governance Bodies, and Taskforces. The chart below is intended to function as a reference for GPP members to identify the leadership and collaboration models indicated with each type of organizing structure. GPP’s work is led by and funded by our members and partners


Government & Multilateral Funding

Since 2009, GPP has been active in mobilizing to increase the amount and influence the type of multilateral and bilateral aid and development funding dedicated to global LGBTI issues. Along with Amsterdam Network members and other colleagues, GPP has participated in an ongoing process with government/ bilateral/ multilateral agencies, other donor organizations, and activists to find ways to strengthen global LGBTI rights work by increasing resources and promoting better coordination of financial and other support.  

Responding to “Anti-Gender Ideology” (RAGI)

GPP has developed significant leadership in mobilizing well-informed and coordinated philanthropic responses to the “anti-gender” (or “anti-gender ideology”) movement, playing a critical part in the ecosystem of grantmakers, philanthropic networks, and other systems of decision-makers and thought-leaders engaged in this work.

Trans and Intersex Funding

GPP mobilizes new research and supports collaborative funding efforts towards increasing the amount and influencing the type of private and public foundation funding dedicated to global trans and intersex issues.

Working Groups

Individual Donor Funding

GPP and member funds invest in research and organize convenings and other donor education opportunities with intention to increase the amount and influence the type of philanthropic giving from individual donors dedicated to global LGBTI issues.




GPP currently has 22 members, and this committee meets as needed to review and assess additional membership invitations and to address policy development around membership infrastructure and development. Membership committee recommendations are proposed to the Executive Committee for approval.

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