Application Deadline: Sunday, 28 February 2021.
RFSL – the Swedish Federation for LGBTQI Rights is launching the call for applications for the third cycle of the Rainbow Advocacy Program (RAP) 2021 – 2022. RAP is a 13-month-long fellowship for LGBTIQ+ activists from the Global South and East to learn, network, collaborate, and gain hands-on experience in UN advocacy.
The program is visionary as well as unique in its approach as it combines both the human rights and the development frameworks, with the latter focusing on the Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030. The fellows will have the opportunity to put into practice their knowledge by engaging with UN mechanisms in Geneva (HRC) and New York (HLPF), as well as by developing and implementing a funded 8-month-long advocacy project. In addition, fellows will be matched with a mentor for expert support throughout the fellowship and project implementation. LGBTIQ+ activists who have basic knowledge about international human rights mechanisms, have 1-3 years of advocacy experience, and belong to an LGBTIQ organization are the primary target groups for this program.
Please visit the call page for more information and to see if you are eligible by clicking the button below:
The Swedish Federation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Rights (RFSL) is a non-profit organization founded in 1950.
RFSL’s goal is that LGBTQI people should have the same rights, possibilities and obligations as everybody else in society. RFSL (the Swedish Federation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex rights) works locally, nationally and internationally and is an ever growing organisation with about 7 000 members and 36 branches all over Sweden. RFSL runs many different activities and projects