HRC's annual Global Innovative Advocacy Summit brings together established and emerging advocates for the exchange of ideas and practices for advancing LGBTQ equality.
HRC Global partners with Atlas Corps to identify outstanding established and emerging LGBTQ leaders from around the world and bring two of those leaders each year to Washington, D.C., to work alongside HRC staff.
These programs seek to help strengthen the equality movement in partner countries through more effective advocacy, campaigning, organizing and outreach.
HRC’s Global Partnerships in Pride program seeks to foster innovation, raise the visibility of LGBTQ communities where appropriate, maximize positive impact for LGBTQ advocates, and demonstrate international solidarity.
HRC’s Sound the Alarm initiative seeks to raise visibility and elevate the profile of LGBTQ advocates and people who are facing significant threats to their safety.
HRC is working to leverage our domestic LGBTQ work to have an international impact.
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Global Partnerships in Pride
HRC Global is proud to support pride and other related events in up to five countries around the world.Read more
Global Partnerships in Innovative Advocacy: Frequently Asked Questions
Find frequently asked questions about HRC's Global Partnerships for Innovative Advocacy program.Read more
Global Partnerships in Innovative Advocacy
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.Read more
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