Global Partnerships in Innovative Advocacy
HRC Global is offering capacity-building and strategic planning partnerships to selected organizations that are working to improve the lives of their LGBTQ communities. The goal of the Global Partnership is to help strengthen the equality movement in each partner country through more effective advocacy, campaigning, organizing and outreach.
Based on decades of lessons learned in the U.S. and around the world, over a period of six to nine months we will provide a series of customized two-day workshops in-country, delivered by trained HRC staff and/or consultants, to help organizations develop creative and innovative plans to move their programs and organizations to the next level.
Working alongside each organization, community and its allies, HRC will travel to your country to deliver up to three workshops over the course of six to nine months, during which we will assess the opportunities in each country and share ideas and lessons learned in partners in the U.S. and beyond. We will help partners strategize on the best way forward, decide on a specific course of action, create comprehensive yet manageable plans to achieve the desired outcomes and will advise on how to resource, launch and implement these plans. Between visits HRC will be available for ad-hoc and regular consultations.
Our partnership programs are open to current and former HRC Global Innovators and HRC Global Fellows. Please visit these links to learn more and apply to become an HRC Global Innovator or HRC Global Fellow. For more information about our Global Partnerships in Pride program, click here.
To learn more about the kinds of innovative advocacy programs that HRC has conducted with partners around the world, check out our blogs here:
- HRC Global Partners with LGBTQ Advocates in Nicaragua
- HRC Partners with LGBT Advocates in Mozambique
- HRC and Gender Proud Launch Partnership to Raise Transgender Visibility in the Philippines
- #LoveWins: Historic Victory for Marriage Equality in Ireland
- Australian Election Results Raise Questions About Next Steps for Marriage Equality