HOW WE WORK

Thematic Areas

The substantive work of the Equal Rights Coalition is done through the Thematic Groups, which cover four thematic areas considered strategic priorities in progressing LGBTI rights globally.

Thematic areas

Donor Coordination

Donor Coordination

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International Diplomacy

International Diplomacy

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National Laws & Policies

National Laws & Policies

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SDGs and 2030 Agenda

SDGs and 2030 Agenda

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Overview

Each group is co-chaired by a Member State and a civil society organisation, who lead the group for a two-year term, and act to set work plans, coordinate members, engage stakeholders, and progress the five-year Strategy.

The groups meet monthly, working to progress the Coalition’s strategic objectives, holding sessions on priority issues, engaging Member States on key topics, and sharing best practice.

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report

ERC Pre-Conference Report 2022

08 September 2022

Research Briefing

Anti-Gender Movement Background Paper

08 September 2022

Webinar

National Laws & Policies: LGBTI Refugees

08 April 2022

videos

National Laws & Policies: LGBTI Refugees

08 April 2022

Webinar

National Laws & Policies: Legal Gender Recognition

03 December 2021

videos

National Laws & Policies: Legal Gender Recognition

03 December 2021

Declaration

ERC 2022 Global LGBTI Conference Declaration

09 September 2022

Statement

ERC Statement on Decriminalisation in Saint Kitts and Nevis & Antigua and Barbuda

02 September 2022

Statement

ERC Statement on the IE SOGI Mandate Renewal

11 July 2022

Statement

ERC Statement for HRC50 on the Independent Expert for SOGI’s Mandate Renewal

16 June 2022

Statement

Equal Rights Coalition´s (ERC) Statement on the occasion of the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT)

17 May 2022

Statement

ERC Statement on the Aggression against Ukraine and the protection of LGBTI persons and refugees.

06 April 2022