As ILGA-Europe launches a re-granting programme to strengthen the capacities of European and Central Asian LGBTI organisations in the current landscape of rising anti-LGBTI forces, we share three core tactics to develop in the face of groups who strategically attack our rights and lives.
At ILGA-Europe, we believe that now is a crucial time to stay united, re-claim agency and pro-actively address growing anti-LGBTI and anti-gender rhetoric and state-led anti-LGBTI attacks.
Communication is at the heart of some of the biggest successes of the LGBTI movement in Europe and Central Asia.
The virtual replacement for ILGA-Europe’s annual conference, The Gathering Online 2020, was the largest coming together of LGBTI activists from across Europe and Central Asia since Covid-19 began, and a new collective agenda became fully apparent. ILGA-Europe’s Executive Director, Evelyne Paradis, reflects on a ground-breaking experience.
Revolut Donations allows its five million customers to instantly round-up their card payments and donate the difference to ILGA-Europe.
Research carried out by ILGA-Europe and the Global Philanthropy Project reveals one in three LGBTI organisations in Europe and Central Asia received no external funding in 2017.
This report provides a compelling challenge to assumptions about the funding landscape in Europe and Central Asia.
This report shows where funding is needed and signposts ways for funders to fund LGBTI activists in an ever-more strategic and sustainable way.
Björn van Roozendaal, ILGA-Europe Programmes Director
We wanted to tell the story of activists and what their needs are. Our new fuding report is the first step...