Proposals LGBT Rights
Montenegro: #montenegro-gay.me, the Right to be Yourself
The aim of this project is to involve large number LGBT persons from Montenegro in online activism trough production of personal digital stories that will be published online on www.montenegro-gay.me portal that will be rebuilt within the next one week after the hacking attack and interactive map of our country containing marked different location on which important things happens in lives of LGBT persons and short stories related to them. This will increase visibility of LGBT persons but also increase problems that we are facing with in everyday life.
Thailand: Coming Out to Reclaim Rights and Strengthen Spaces
“Coming Out to Reclaim Rights and Strengthen Spaces” will assist leaders, organisations and networks in providing positive interventions for young people who are questioning their sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI), people who are living with HIV (PLHIV); and men who have sex with men (MSM) through a two-day training on the strategic use of information and communication technologies (ICT) including B-Change Foundation’s web-apps BE and PLUS, for organisational support and development.
Burundi: Radio Club Transformational Change Television Campaign
This project is for training 60 selected high risk sexual minorities indigenous group of young people in Burundi on Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS prevention by using the medias via Music and video stories that focus on awareness for reduction of stigma and discrimination, Sexual violence, teenage and unwanted pregnancies and Rights education.Grant will be also used to design and produce series of high quality educational and awareness on CDs and on DVDs materials for Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS prevention, promotion of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Right education in the Republic of Burundi.
Nepal: Information of LGBTI Issues through Online
Pahichan or Identity in one of the only LGBTI radio program in Nepal having both online and radio program for LGBTI . It provides information for SOGI people to convince Nepali society to respect the human rights and to empower these minorities to push for their rights. It was formed in 2011 and works in 13 FM stations and delivers information and all the activities are highlighted online, but most of news are in Nepali hindering other international community to understand the work done in Nepal. Hence the project intends to translate the work done in English and share to other community.