The Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRCF), HRC's educational arm, announced this year's recipients of small grants as a part of the organization's Global Partnerships Program.
The announcements were made on International Human Rights Day (Dec. 10).
The 2021-2022 Global Small Grants Program will award 20 grants up to $5,000 to 20 recipient organizations around the world to support a range of innovative and impactful programs to improve the lives of LGBTQ+ people in these countries.
This year's recipients include Open Mind Spectrum Albania (Albania), Right Side Human Right Defender NGO (Armenia), Somos: Communication, Health and Sexuality (Brazil), CamASEAN Youth's Future (Cambodia), Dialogo Diverso (Ecuador), Alliance for Dynamics Initiative (Ghana), Red Dot Foundation (India), Helem (Lebanon), Lesbian Intersex Trans and other Extensions (Malawi), Rekonekt (Mauritius), Nassawiyat (Morocco), Namibia Diverse Women's Association (Namibia), Track-T (Pakistan), Hombres Trans Panama (Panama), PRESENTE (Peru), Youth Voices Count, Inc. (Philippines), IGNITING YOUNG MINDS TANZANIA (Tanzania), UniKuir (Turkey), Queer Youth (Uganda) and one organization that requested to remain anonymous.
To learn more about HRC's Global Partnerships Program, visit TheHRCFoundation.org/Global.