HRC Global is closely monitoring evolving developments around the coronavirus and its impact on communities throughout the world. Please check this page for updates to the 2020 Global Partnerships in Pride program as we determine the best path forward in light of the crisis.
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. We encourage applications from organizations representing diverse regions, issue/expertise areas, and constituencies in the LGBTQ community served by the applying organizations.
HRC Global will support Pride, International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOTB) and related events in approximately ten countries each year through our Global Partnerships in Pride program. This program is only open to HRC Global Alumni.
Support through Global Partnership in Pride includes:
Read more about Global Partnerships in Pride:
.@HRC is proud to partner with Track T to celebrate the first-ever trans pride in Lahore, Pakistan.— Human Rights Campaign (@HRC) January 7, 2019
Read more about how the second year of HRC’s Global Partnerships in Pride supported #LGBTQ visibility around the world.https://t.co/wQIp4V4aKn pic.twitter.com/Z8nBD12SF0
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