Field Engagement

How we work with the global LGBTI funding field

GPP’s unique approach of developing cutting-edge research, convening key stakeholders, and engaging the leading donor governments, enables us to identify key and emerging issues impacting the resourcing of LGBTI movements and galvanize responses across multiple sets of actors.

Creating Pathways to meet the needs and priorities of LGBTI movements

The LGBTI Pathways Project is a global resource mobilization project coordinated by GPP and ILGA World. The Project will develop credible, reliable, and accurate evidence on the needs, priorities, and funding landscape of the international and regional LGBTI movements. This evidence aims to inform and influence grantmakers to increase the amount and quality of resources directed toward improving the lives of LGBTI persons worldwide.

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Responding to anti-gender movements

GPP has played a leading role in developing and influencing the field of philanthropic responses to the increasing threat that anti-gender and more broadly anti-rights movements pose to the lives of LGBTI people across different contexts worldwide.

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Engaging with the Equal Rights Coalition

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2009

2010

A first-ever convening on global LGBTI human rights and development, co-hosted by the Swedish Government’s development agency, Sida, and Hivos in Stockholm

2013

“Increasing Support and Resources for LGBT Rights” Conference, co-hosted by the German The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) in cooperation with the Lesbian and Gay Federation in Germany (LSVD) in Berlin.

2014

“Conference to Advance the Human Rights of and Promote Inclusive Development for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex (LGBTI) Persons”, organized by U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), with the support of the Council for Global Equality in Washington, D.C.

2016

Global LGBTI Human Rights Conference, co-hosted by the Government of Uruguay and the Government of Netherlands in Montevideo.

2018

Equal Rights Coalition Conference, co-hosted by the Government of Canada and Government of Chile in Vancouver.

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GPP released position statements prior to the 2016 Montevideo conference (read here) and 2018 Vancouver conference (read here), which outline the network’s priorities for the ERC in order to support the coalition to be an effective platform for increasing the amount and quality of resources flowing to LGBTI movements and communities in the Global South and East.

Events

In service of our goal to cultivate and deepen the knowledge, skills, and capacity of GPP members and other funders, GPP organizes and hosts regional and global donor convenings. These events include conferences, meetings, receptions, and panels focused on global LGBTI issues, produced in collaboration with member and partner organizations. Through these events, GPP engages key public and private funders, donor governments, high net wealth individual donors, wealth advisories, corporate donor leaders, and other thought leaders and partners in support of global LGBTI issues.

19mar10:00 am1:00 amEvent typeConferenceFinancing a gender justice infrastructure to counter anti-gender ideology and anti-rights movements10:00 am - 1:00 am(GMT-05:00) View in my timeFord Foundation Center for Social Justice, New York, USA

24apr1:30 pm7:00 amEvent typeConferenceIn-Person Coordination Meeting at Ariadne/HRFN 2024 on Responding to Anti-Gender Ideology (RAGI)1:30 pm - 7:00 am(GMT+04:00) View in my timeTbilisi, Georgia

19jul9:00 am6:00 amEvent typeConferenceGPP and GATE Donor Pre-Conference at the ‘Unite! Advocate! Thrive!’ Global Pre-Conference9:00 am - 6:00 am(GMT+02:00) View in my timeMunich, Germany

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