For today, Wednesday, July 7, this is our selection of links that we hope may be of use to you.
Donors for your work with the LGBT community
The COVID-19 pandemic has also affected the LGBT community. This has prompted the creation of this resource and information center where you can find donors and funding for this community.
Learn about the history of LGBT refugees in Spain
For many people from the LGBT community, emigrating is the only way out of violent situations. This article from El País tells us stories of refugees and sheds light on the inspiring work that organizations carry out to ensure their permanence in Spain.
UNHCR LGBT Fellows Program 2021: Intersex Human Rights Defenders
This scholarship seeks to develop the capacity and visibility of an intersex human rights defender who promotes and protects the rights of LGBT people. The successful candidate will get a unique opportunity to participate in the program in Geneva. Applications until July 9.
Small interventions that generate big changes
In this TED talk, David Fleischer, director of the Los Angeles LGBT Center, emphasizes the importance of face-to-face interactions to dissolve prejudices. This success story shows us that even the smallest actions can have a great political impact.
When homophobia is institutionalized
This enlightening report on State homophobia opens our eyes to the reality that many people in the LGBT community must face in their day-to-day lives. The road ahead to achieve equal rights is long, and for many, a matter of life and death.