To celebrate Pride season across Europe, Revolut, one of the biggest FinTech communities in the world, has released a new rainbow card for customers in the UK and Europe. Before they can order the new rainbow card, Revolut customers will need to donate a minimum of £3.00 (or currency equivalent) to ILGA-Europe.
Revolut Donations allows its five million customers to instantly round-up their card payments and donate the difference to ILGA-Europe.
Research carried out by ILGA-Europe and the Global Philanthropy Project reveals one in three LGBTI organisations in Europe and Central Asia received no external funding in 2017.
This report provides a compelling challenge to assumptions about the funding landscape in Europe and Central Asia.
This report shows where funding is needed and signposts ways for funders to fund LGBTI activists in an ever-more strategic and sustainable way.
Björn van Roozendaal, ILGA-Europe Programmes Director
We wanted to tell the story of activists and what their needs are. Our new fuding report is the first step...
Today, ILGA-Europe are releasing the Funding for LGBTI activism in Europe and Central Asia: priorities and access to resources report.
We know that racism and ethnic discrimination exists, inside and outside the LGBTI communities.
Photos from the ILGA-Europe Annual Conference, 28-31 October 2015, Athens
Ongoing wars, conflicts and instability are increasingly threatening people’s rights and safety.