On 18th of December was held an informational meeting on the project Rainbow Hub, funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway under the EEA Financial Mechanism. The meeting was held at the Rainbow Hub community center in Sofia and was attended by all of the project partners, volunteers and people from the community, including participants from the self-support groups, which are happening within this project, as well as other partners.
The Rainbow Hub project is implemented with a financial support of EUR 110 147 provided by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway under the EEA Financial Mechanism. Its overall aim 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. The eight groups that will be covered by the project are the BraveLab LGBTI youth group, the QueerFem group of lesbians and feminists, the trans and intersex people group, the LGBTI professionals group, the parents of LGBTI youth group, the group for LGBTI living with HIV, LGBTI Family Group, the group “Rights in Action”.
The meeting started with a presentation of the project, during which the main goals and future planned activities of the project were presented and discussed and continued with cocktail and a party on the occasion of the upcoming Christmas and New Year holidays.
Project partners are Billitis Foundation (Coordinator), GLAS Foundation and Youth LGBT organisation Deystvie.
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The Rainbow Hub project is implemented with a financial support of EUR 110 147 provided by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway under the EEA Financial Mechanism. Its overall aim is to increase the capacity and mobilize the LGBTI community.