OpenDoors

From September 2019 to January 2021, the GLAS Foundation implements an international project on research, training for health professionals and raising awareness of LGBTI health needs, entitled “OpenDoors:

Not Just Words

Not Just Words (Building a national movement against hate speech that triggers Antisemitism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, and other forms of intolerance) Main goal of the project “Not Just Words“, funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020), is to improve collaboration between communities, that are affected by hate speech and to create a national movement of allies to prevent and combat antisemitism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance.

LoveMoves

The objective of the LoveMoves project was to oppose discrimination practices of Member States who don’t treat same-sex couples recognized in another jurisdiction as such and thus violate the right of free movement within the European Union by identifying and analysing the situation of same-sex couples with recognition in another EU member state who travel or reside in Bulgaria, by informing the LGBT community about the limitations for freedom of movement and mobilising support for change, by raising awareness among authorities and the general public and by putting freedom of movement for same-sex couples in the public agenda thus initiating policy discussion on national and European level.

PREVENT

GLAS Foundation (Bulgaria), Bilitis (Bulgaria), (Belgium), Idewe VZW (Belgium) and ILGA Portugal are joining forces in a new project dedicated on the well-being and discrimination of LGBTI employees.

Rainbow Shield

Enhancing the legal protection of LGBTI people in Bulgaria The Rainbow Shield project aims to enhance the legal protection of LGBTI people in Bulgaria.

Rainbow Over Hate

Enhancing the capacity of public and private actors to provide support to victims of anti-LGBTI hate crimes in Bulgaria (Rainbow Over Hate) Aim:

BrinkItOn

On the Brink of Acceptance: Fighting Discrimination by Strategizing and Empowerment for the LGBTI Community in Bulgaria (BrinkItOn) Aim The overall aim of the BrinkItOn project, funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (2014-2020), is to improve the social acceptance of LGBTI people in Bulgaria.

Call It Hate

Aims The project “Call It Hate: Raising Awareness of Anti-LGBT Hate Crime – CIH” aims to raise awareness of anti-LGBT hate crime among the general public and within the LGBT communities, emphasize the need to report, and empower victims.

Rainbow Hub

Aim The overall aim of the Rainbow Hub project is to increase the capacity and mobilize the LGBTI community by supporting 8 self-support groups at Rainbow Hub Community Center, to provide advocacy training and to support advocacy initiatives for each group.