Category: Announcement

ITF & Astraea Announcement

The International Trans Fund (ITF) and Astraea are thrilled to announce that the ITF began operations as an independent and autonomous organization as of January 1, 2022. 

The ITF is the only global participatory grantmaker exclusively dedicated to supporting trans-led groups as they work to secure rights for trans people and improve their lived realities. Since the ITF’s 2016 inception, Astraea has acted as fiscal host to ITF, to ensure it has the necessary operational support needed to grow and develop as an organization. Through this partnership, the ITF has been able to disburse $3.867M to 133 trans-led groups in 80 countries. 

With over 40 years of its own grantmaking experience moving resources to LGBTQI movements and an unwavering commitment to supporting trans and non-binary communities, Astraea has offered critical technical support, guidance, and mentorship to the ITF. This partnership has represented both organizations’ deep-rooted commitment to resourcing trans movements and facilitating the growth of trans activist leadership across the globe. 

The ITF’s transition to becoming an autonomous organization marks an important moment in the organization’s history. As a lesbian feminist fund that has always been committed to self-determination, Astraea congratulates the ITF on this transition, and will always stand in solidarity with the ITF as a partner and ally. Together Astraea and the ITF  look forward to continuing our close partnership to move resources and shift power to trans movements across the globe. 

 

In solidarity,

Joy Chia

Executive Director, Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice

 

Broden Giambrone

Director, International Trans Fund

One Week to Apply to Become a Member of the GMP

Deadline to apply: January 17, 2022

What past GMP members have said about the experience:

“The thing I appreciate most about the ITF is that it is run only by trans people, and that makes our entire process so unique from other funders. Being in a space that only has other trans individuals was freeing. (…It’s) amazing to hear and read about all the work that’s been done (and is being done) around the world for trans people, by trans people. It feels very empowering and makes me feel hopeful for the future.” – Mikee Inton

“It was a great challenge, because we had to provide grants to so few movements in the trans world with so many different needs. I wish there were a lot more funding, so that we could support more communities. On a personal level, it provided great satisfaction, knowing that even in a small part, it contributed to improving the quality of lives of my peers quite a bit.” – Alex Castillo

The ITF is looking for committed, collaborative and experienced trans activists to join our Grant Making Panel (GMP) for a two-year term. We are a participatory grantmaking fund that takes an activist-led approach that engages trans people in our grantmaking process. This means that trans people are actively involved at every stage, from determining funding priorities to reviewing applications and making decisions about which groups get funded. The role of the GMP is to review grant proposals submitted to the ITF and make decisions on these grant applications in line with our priorities and principles.

GMP members must be able to attend and actively participate in an annual 6-day in person or virtual meeting, participate in online trainings each year and review 30-50 applications. We are deeply committed to ensuring that trans community members who are most affected by intersecting oppressions are able to participate in this process. GMP members will receive an honorarium of USD$1000 each year of their term and will also receive travel expenses, including per diem, to attend ITF meetings.

The deadline to apply is January 17, 2022. If you are interested, you can learn more here.

Introducing the ITF’s 5th Cycle Grantee Partners

The ITF made our first grant in 2017 and since then we have disbursed $3.87 million dollars to 133 trans-led groups in 80 countries. Now we would like to introduce you to our 5th cycle grantee partners. These groups were selected by the ITF’s Grant Making Panel, a group of 15 trans and gender non-conforming activists who review each eligible application that we receive to our annual call for applications.

This year we are thrilled to support 50 trans-led organizations in 40 countries. These organizations are doing incredible work on the frontlines, often in very hostile contexts and with limited resources. We are proud to support organizations that are promoting trans leadership and working intersectionally. We invite you to learn more about the ITF’s 5th cycle grantee partners and join us in celebrating and amplifying this powerful movement building work.

Request for Letters of Interest – Advisory Committee for capacity building support and regional networking workshop

Organizational Description
The ITF is the only global participatory grantmaker that is exclusively dedicated to supporting trans-led groups to secure the rights and improve the lived realities of trans people. The mission of the ITF is to mobilize and facilitate sustainable resources for strong, trans-led movements and collective action, and to address and eliminate funding gaps impacting trans groups across the globe.

Our Purpose
– To develop and sustain a mechanism to support trans-led groups of different sizes working on a range of issues at the international, regional, country and local levels, with emphasis on smaller groups with limited resources.
– To educate our peers in the philanthropic community on trans issues and influence other funders and strategic allies in trans related commitments and strategies.
– To increase and enhance access to resources to support trans movements by increasing financial resources dedicated to trans-led organizations and groups; providing access to non-financial resources for trans organizations, such as skills building, organizational strengthening, leadership development and activist support; and improving advocacy in philanthropy to increase access to new donors.

In order to achieve our goals, the ITF seeks to (1) increase the funding available to trans-led groups, whether through the ITF or by influencing other donors; (2) support to trans groups becoming increasingly sustainable, autonomous and responsive to the needs of their communities; and (3) increase the representation and influence of trans activists in social justice advocacy and philanthropy.

Background

Trans persons and their human rights: Most trans persons cannot access official documents that reflect their gender identity; if there is a process available to change legal gender, it has rights-violating requirements such as psychiatric evaluations or forced sterilisation. Lacking documents that match their identity, trans persons face discrimination in housing, healthcare, education and employment resulting in poverty and marginalisation. In Africa, trans persons face harsh criminalisation, including moral policing and violence. Access to gender-affirming healthcare is almost non existent and trans persons report harassment when attempting to access care. Trans women in Africa are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. South Africa and Namibia are the only countries that expressly enable legal gender recognition but both have prohibitive requirements. Across all regions, duty bearers have limited understanding of the rights of trans persons. In addition to rights-violating laws and policies, cultural norms and stigma shape the everyday lives of trans persons.

Purpose
The ITF is seeking a committee as advisors to help conduct a capacity building and regional networking workshop in Africa. The workshop will gather trans activists in a safe engagement space to strengthen relationships, develop shared advocacy strategies, and share best practices for engaging duty bearers and strengthening African trans networks. The objective of the workshop is to increase the capacities of trans activists and their organizations to strengthen local and national human rights initiatives and build regional alliances in Africa.

Outcome
We expect the outputs to include:
– 30 trans activists trained on how to better address human rights violations.
– 30 trans activists receive information on best practices on advocacy and networking.
– 3 – 4 sub-regional trans networks participated in an information sharing exchange for regional networking.
– Stakeholders in trans organizing trained to understand the needs of trans persons.

We expect the outcomes to include:
– Strengthened capacities of trans activists in countries in Africa to carry out local initiatives and build their grassroots and nascent trans movements including addressing the human rights violations facing trans communities.
– Enhanced regional networking and advocacy through exchanging best practices and lessons learned with the result that trans activists are supported to promote awareness raising and the understanding of human rights particularly to the violations of trans persons.
– Trans groups empowered to respond to their rights, needs and constraints through capacity building and networking, including training and support for advocacy and strengthening human rights initiatives.
– Promoting trans rights and engaging duty bearers to protect trans rights.

Committee Responsibilities
In a duration of 2-3 months via at least 5 quarterly meetings, the committee will be responsible for the following:
– Contribute ideas for a capacity building and regional networking workshop in Africa.
– Determine the themes of the workshop guided by the priorities of trans activists in Africa. including best practice advocacy and/or safety and security strategies by sub-regional networks.
– Consult and assess capacity needs of their network members and identify priority areas for support.
– Identify workshop participants and agenda.
– Identify sub-regional networks, appropriate capacity-building providers and other knowledgeable expert facilitators to facilitate the workshop including a session tailored to the unique capacity needs to be addressed.
– Identify local duty bearers and stakeholders as participants to promote awareness and understanding of needed trans rights.
– Select a host organization.

Committee Criteria
– Identify as transgender and based in Africa.
– Individuals who can contribute ideas, share knowledge, resources, strategies and experience in trans regional convenings, working to address trans rights violations, trans advocacy, networking and capacity building.
– Have at least two years’ experience in trans organizing including organizing and participating in regional convenings for trans persons.
– Demonstrated ability to make objective decisions and have a track record of planning skills, regional experience and being resourceful.
– Have deep connections with other trans activists and trans sub-regional networks.
– Must have experience working with stakeholders and duty bearers related to trans organizing.
– Experience with the most marginalized trans communities including trans refugees, trans sex workers and trans persons who are HIV positive.

Could this be you?
We invite you to submit a Letter of Interest. Please share with us your experience in trans activism or any similar examples in Africa. There will be an honorarium for committee members.

Please submit the Letter of Interest to [email protected] The deadline has been extended to January 31, 2022.

We are also accepting Letters of Interest – Host organization for capacity building support and regional networking workshop in Africa

Request for Letters of Interest – Host organization for capacity building support and regional networking workshop in Africa

Introduction
The ITF is the only global participatory grantmaker that is exclusively dedicated to supporting trans-led groups to secure the rights and improve the lived realities of trans people. The mission of the ITF is to mobilize and facilitate sustainable resources for strong, trans-led movements and collective action, and to address and eliminate funding gaps impacting trans groups across the globe.

Our Purpose

– To develop and sustain a mechanism to support trans-led groups of different sizes working on a range of issues at the international, regional, country and local levels, with emphasis on smaller groups with limited resources.
– To educate our peers in the philanthropic community on trans issues and influence other funders and strategic allies in trans related commitments and strategies.
– To increase and enhance access to resources to support trans movements by increasing financial resources dedicated to trans-led organizations and groups; providing access to non-financial resources for trans organizations, such as skills building, organizational strengthening, leadership development and activist support; and improving advocacy in philanthropy to increase access to new donors.

In order to achieve our goals, the ITF seeks to (1) increase the funding available to trans-led groups, whether through the ITF or by influencing other donors; (2) support to trans groups becoming increasingly sustainable, autonomous and responsive to the needs of their communities; and (3) increase the representation and influence of trans activists in social justice advocacy and philanthropy.

Background
Trans persons and their human rights: Most trans persons cannot access official documents that reflect their gender identity; if there is a process available to change legal gender, it has rights-violating requirements such as psychiatric evaluations or forced sterilisation. Lacking documents that match their identity, trans persons face discrimination in housing, healthcare, education and employment resulting in poverty and marginalization. In Africa, trans persons face harsh criminalisation, including moral policing and violence. Access to gender-affirming healthcare is almost non existent and trans persons report harassment when attempting to access care. Trans women in Africa are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. South Africa and Namibia are the only countries that expressly enable legal gender recognition but both have prohibitive requirements. Across all regions, duty bearers have limited understanding of the rights of trans persons. In addition to rights-violating laws and policies, cultural norms and stigma shape the everyday lives of trans persons.

Purpose
The ITF is looking for an organization to conduct a capacity building and regional networking workshop. The organization will, in consultation with an Advisory Committee of trans activists, plan and implement the workshop. The objective of the workshop is to increase the capacities of trans activists and their organizations to strengthen local and national human rights initiatives and build regional alliances in Africa.

Outcome
We expect the outputs to include:
– Organization focal person(s) participated in five planning meetings.
– Atleast one workshop conducted in Africa.
– A minimum of 30 trans activists participated in a capacity building and regional networking workshop.
– 3 – 4 sub-regional trans networks participated in a capacity building and regional networking workshop.

We expect the outcomes to include:
– Strengthened capacities of trans activists in countries in Africa to carry out local initiatives and build their grassroots and nascent trans movements including addressing the human rights violations facing trans communities.
– Enhanced regional networking and advocacy through exchanging best practices and lessons learned with the result that trans activists are supported to promote awareness raising and the understanding of human rights particularly to the violations of trans persons.
– Trans groups empowered to respond to their rights, needs and constraints through capacity building and networking, including training and support for advocacy and strengthening human rights initiatives.
– Promoting trans rights and engaging duty bearers to protect trans rights.

Organization Responsibilities
– Coordinate, schedule and participate in all planning meetings for the advisory committee and the ITF including communication, logistics, the agenda and invitations.
– In consultation with the advisory committee and the ITF, provide input to capacity building strategies related to the workshop sessions including identifying key facilitators, key note speakers and resources.
– Host an in-person workshop for up to 30 trans identifying participants in and from Africa. The workshop will take place in the host organization’s country for not more than five days.
– Be responsible for all logistics related to the workshop including participant travel, food, accommodations and local transportation, safe venue, contracting facilitators, trainers and translators, workshop meals, flights, note takers etc.
– Recruit knowledgeable providers with relevant expertise and cultural competence who are based in the region of the workshop (and preferably in its host city/country).

Criteria
– Demonstrated strong experience in organizing and delivering regional convenings especially for trans persons.
– Must be in proper standing with a track record of effectively managing grants and reporting skills.
– Can be an LGBTI, trans led or mainstream organization.
– Must be based in Africa with a solid history of engaging in trans organizing.
– Can be registered or unregistered, but must be able to receive funds or partner with a fiscal host to receive funds.
– Must have a good track record in reporting, managing finances and accountability.
– Must be responsive and demonstrate experience with tracking and evaluate projects in a timely manner.

Please submit the proposal to [email protected] The deadline has been extended to January 31, 2022.

The ITF is also accepting Letters of Interest – Advisory Committee for capacity building support and regional networking workshop.

 

Call for applications to the Grant Making Panel

The International Trans Fund (ITF) is seeking applications from committed activists to be members of its Grant Making Panel (GMP). The deadline for submitting your application is January 17, 2022.  

Applications can be submitted in either English or Spanish, the two official working languages of the ITF.

Background
Trans groups across the globe remain severely under-resourced and operate with limited or no budgets. The State of Trans Organizing, a survey of 455 trans organizations conducted in 2016 by AJWS (American Jewish World Service), GATE (Global Action for Trans Equality) and Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, found that two out of five trans groups had zero external funding and only 40% received foundation funding. 56% of trans organizations operated on a budget of less than USD$10,000 yearly and over three-quarters (78%) had annual budgets of less than USD$50,000. To address this disparity, a group of international trans activists and donors came together to create the International Trans Fund (ITF).

The ITF is a participatory grantmaking fund made up of trans activists and supporting donors. The ITF aims to increase the capacity of the trans movement to self-organize and advocate for trans people’s rights, self-determination, and wellbeing.

The purpose of the fund is to:

  • To develop and sustain a mechanism to support trans-led groups of different sizes working on a range of issues at the international, regional, country and local levels, with emphasis on smaller groups with limited resources. 
  • To educate our peers in the philanthropic community on trans issues and influence other funders and strategic allies in trans related commitments and strategies. 
  • To increase and enhance access to resources to support trans movements by increasing financial resources dedicated to trans-led organizations and groups; providing access to non-financial resources for trans organizations, such as skills building, organizational strengthening, leadership development and activist support; and improving advocacy in philanthropy to increase access to new donors.

What does “trans” mean to the ITF?
The ITF understands trans as a political term that defines the communities of people that we work with.  We use trans to define people whose gender identity or expression differs from their gender assigned at birth. Some of these people identify and present themselves as male or female; others identify with a non-binary gender category. These identities or expressions include trans women, trans men, fa’afafine, leiti, fakafifine, akava’ine, mahu, vakasalewalewa, palopa, Sistergirls, Brotherboys, whakawahine, tangata ira tane, muxhe, omeguid, travesti, two spirit, hijra, bandhu, mangalamukhi, kinnar, thirunangai, thirunambi, khwaja sira, meti, katoey, waria, mak nyah, kua xing nan, trans laki-laki, transpinay, transpinoy, kwaa-sing- bit, and transgender, transsexual, genderqueer, gender non-binary, gender diverse, gender non-conforming, and agender people – to name just a few.

As part of the ITF’s commitment to self-determination and decolonizing bodily oppressions, we are permanently committed and open to recognizing gender identities that emerge and that our communities claim within their socio-political contexts. These arise from the ongoing work of resistance and liberation that involves both the remembering and reimagining of gender identities and expressions. The ITF does not privilege any one gender identity or expression over another, including those communities who do not have specific terms to describe who they are.

ITF’s Grantmaking
The ITF is a participatory grantmaking fund and we take an activist-led approach that engages trans people in our grantmaking process. This means that trans people are actively involved at every stage, from determining funding priorities to reviewing applications and making decisions about which groups get funded. All eligible applications that are submitted to the ITF are reviewed by our GMP. 

Roles and Responsibilities of the GMP
The role of the GMP is to review grant proposals submitted to the ITF and make decisions on these grant applications in line with ITF’s priorities and principles.

GMP members have the following responsibilities: 

  1. Participate in online GMP training.
  2. Attend one annual in-person meeting (the meeting location changes each year) or virtual meeting which takes approximately 6 days
  3. Take active part in online discussions, e-mail exchanges, and at least 75% of online meetings.
  4. Lead and conduct grantmaking processes, including:
    1. Encourage trans communities to apply for funding.
    2. Review applications for funding.
    3. Make collective decisions on funding proposals (decisions of the GMP are final pending ratification from the Steering Committee).
    4. Recommend grantmaking priorities and provide input on ITF strategy as relevant. 
  5. Strictly adhere to ITF’s confidentiality and conflict of interest policies in and outside of the ITF at all times.
  6. Elect GMP Co-Chairs for each two-year cycle.

Time Commitment

  • In order to fulfill this position, GMP members must be able to commit to the following:
  • Participate in mandatory online training (3 hours) each year.
  • Review 30-50 applications (including scoring and providing feedback) over 6 weeks in each annual grantmaking cycle (approximately 50 hours total each year).
  • Attend and actively participate in either an  in-person meeting or virtual meeting each year (6 days).

Qualification of the candidates
Essential qualifications:

  • Identify as trans.
  • Have at least 5 years of direct involvement with trans activism at the regional and/or international level.
  • Be recognised by other trans activists in their region as a trans community activist.
  • Be able to communicate and write in at least one of the ITF’s working languages (English or Spanish).
  • Be able and willing to work in a diverse environment that includes activists and donors.
  • Hold a passport allowing them to travel internationally to attend GMP meetings. 
  • Have a strong commitment to fulfill tasks and deadlines.

Optional qualifications: It would be desirable for candidates to:

  • Be able to communicate and write in one of the other application languages (French, Russian or Chinese). 
  • Have direct experience managing and reporting on grants for trans work.

Conflict of Interest
GMP members or their family members cannot be significantly involved in any group that has applied or will apply for funding from the ITF. GMP members may not benefit financially from the grants assessed or existing ITF grants.

Timeframe 
GMP members will be appointed by the Steering Committee for a two-year term. 

Compensation
GMP members will receive a remuneration of USD$1,000 per one-year grant cycle.  Members also receive travel expenses, including per diem, to attend ITF meetings.

Selection process
The Steering Committee will select seven (7) activists to serve as GMP members. When selecting candidates, every effort will be made to ensure diversity across regions, gender identities and expressions, and representation from further marginalized groups within trans communities.

Apply
Please submit your CV and cover letter to [email protected] by January 17, 2022.

Less than one week to apply!

The ITF welcomes applications to our 6th grant cycle from trans-led organizations with budgets below $100,000 USD based in any region of the world. The deadline to apply is December 5, 2021 at 5pm (ET/New York time).

The ITF has two grant types:

  • SEED Grant (1-year)
    The SEED grant is a 1-year general support and/or project grant for trans-led organizations that have never been funded by the ITF, or that prefer to apply for this grant instead of the THRIVE grant. Grants range from $10,000 to $25,000 USD/year.
  • THRIVE Grant (1-year)
    The THRIVE grant is a 1-year general support grant ONLY for trans-led organizations that have been previously funded by the ITF and are in good standing. Grants range from $25,000 to $50,000 USD/year.

This year you can apply online (here). The forms are available in English, French, Russian, Simplified Chinese and Spanish. 

If you have questions, please contact [email protected]

Welcoming Chivuli Ukwimi as the New Deputy Director

The ITF is delighted to announce that Chivuli Ukwimi has joined as our new Deputy Director! Chivuli joins the ITF at a moment of unprecedented institutional growth and as we continue to leverage funding for global trans movements.

Chivuli’s commitment to social justice is rooted in her own life experiences, as a transgender woman from Zambia, she is driven by a personal vision of living in an inclusive world where all people can fully enjoy and realise their inherent rights. Chivuli has managed multiple grantmaking and philanthropy portfolios within various funding organizations including OSF’s Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA) and Hivos Southern Africa. She also has a long track record working in civil society organizations and strong links to trans communities, including as a founding member of Friends of Rainka (now Dignitate Zambia), and at Population Services International (PSI) Zambia and Outright Action International.

We are very excited that Chivuli has joined our team and will support us in our next chapter!

Q & A: Getting to Know Chivuli

What excites you about joining ITF as the Deputy Director?

Firstly, I am very passionate about fighting systemic and systematic exclusion and marginalization of any human being, especially those that are on the margins of society; being part of the ITF gives me the right tools and platform to address the continued injustices against trans persons globally. Secondly, I see this opportunity as a way to contribute to an exciting, forward thinking and future facing organization like the ITF through my years of experience in grant making and philanthropy. 


What is your greatest hope for trans movements?

I look forward to a vibrant and grounded trans movement that is well resourced and positioned to advance the human rights of trans people worldwide including socio-economic and political rights. Ensuring that trans persons across the world are able to live in dignity in a world where our choices are respected, our freedoms protected and liberties upheld. 


Where do you see the ITF in 5 years?

I see the ITF as a thought leader and change maker in the world of philanthropy, setting the tone and the pace for meaningful philanthropy that is community driven and centered. I further see the ITF achieving growth that is well positioned and responsive to the needs of trans groups and movements worldwide. 

What do you love to do in your ‘downtime’?

Well I rarely get down time LOL, but when I do I love to soak myself in a good read. I also love cooking, it calms me and gives a certain kind of warmth. 

Read Chivuli’s full bio here.

The ITF’s 6th Grant Cycle is Now Open

The ITF is pleased to announce our 6th grant cycle! We welcome applications from trans-led organizations with budgets below $100,000 USD based in any region of the world. The deadline to apply is December 5, 2021 at 5pm (ET/New York time).

The ITF has two grant types:

  • SEED Grant (1-year)
    The SEED grant is a 1-year general support and/or project grant for trans-led organizations that have never been funded by the ITF, or that prefer to apply for this grant instead of the THRIVE Grant. Grants range from $10,000 to $25,000 USD/year.
  • THRIVE Grant (1-year)
    The THRIVE grant is a 1-year general support grant ONLY for trans-led organizations that have been previously funded by the ITF and are in good standing. Grants range from $25,000 to $50,000 USD/year.

The application forms and guidelines can be downloaded from our website (here). The forms are available in English, French, Russian, Simplified Chinese and Spanish. 

If you have questions, please contact [email protected]

6th Grant Cycle Opens this Week!

The ITF will launch our 6th grant cycle on October 22, 2021! This call is open to trans-led groups in all regions of the world with operational budgets of less than $100,000. 

We begin by opening the call and sharing all the necessary documents for you to apply. In the following week, we will start a series of funding webinars to share information about the ITF and our grants, and to respond to questions from trans communities.

Check below for our Funding Webinars agenda, and register for the one that is best for you. The information we provide is similar in all webinars; we only offer it in different languages and times for your convenience.

Participation in the webinars is entirely optional — you do not need to attend any of them to apply for ITF funding.

ITF Funding Webinars and Registration links

General – 6th Cycle (English)
Oct. 28, 7am ET / 1pm South Africa / 6pm Bangkok, Thailand
Register here.

Webinar de Financiamiento general – 6to Ciclo (Español)
28 Oct, 11am ET / 10am México DF / 12pm Santiago, Chile
Inscripción aquí.

Renewal (THRIVE) – 6th Cycle (English)
Oct. 29, 7am ET / 1pm South Africa / 6pm Bangkok, Thailand
Register here.

Renovación (FLORECER) – 6to Ciclo (Español)
29 Oct, 11am ET / 10am México DF / 12pm Santiago, Chile
Inscripción aquí

Caribbean (Regional) – 6th Cycle (English)
Nov. 1st, 11am ET / 11am Rep. Dominicana / 10am Jamaica
Register here.

México y América Central (Regional) – 6to Ciclo (Español)
1er Nov, 3pm México y Costa Rica / 4pm Panamá
Inscripción aquí.

Central Asia (Regional) – 6th Cycle (English + Russian Interpretation)
Nov. 2nd, 7am ET / 5pm Almaty, Kazakhstan
Register here.

Global North (Regional) – 6th Cycle (English)
Nov. 2nd, 3pm ET / 8pm CET
Nov. 3rd, 8am Aotearoa-New Zealand
Register here.

Eastern and Southern Africa (Regional) – 6th Cycle (English)
Nov. 3rd, 7am ET / 1pm South Africa
Register here.

Francophone Africa (Regional) – 6th Cycle (English + French Interpretation)
Nov. 3rd, 10am ET / 4pm South Africa
Register here.

East, South, Southeast Asia and the Pacific (Regional) – 6th Cycle (English + Chinese Interpretation)
Nov. 4, 7am ET / 6pm Bangkok, Thailand
Register here.

Please share this message with trans-led groups and trans activists in your networks who might be interested in this call.