The International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission's Activist Institutes are two-week-long training spaces and are each attended by 20-25 LGBTI activists. IGLHRC has held five international LGBTI activist institutes since 2005.
The theme of each Institute is chosen by activists who have attended the trainings, focusing on particular groups or challenges and considering the needs of a community.
Below, find the Memoirs of the past three Institutes, detailing their programmes and methods. They also share activists' experiences and the information presented at each Institute, so that the Memoirs can be adapted or used by other activists and groups.
These reports available in Spanish, English and Portuguese below.
Memoirs of Past Institutes:
This video contains images from IGLHRC's 2008 Latin American Advocacy Institute on combating religious fundamentalisms.
Published on February 18, 2010 | OutRight Action International an LGBT human rights organization