The report, titled ‘German funding for LGBTIQA+ human rights work in the Global South and East’, surveys and documents funding from Germany for LGBTIQA+ human rights work.

"For vulnerable minorities worldwide, such as LGBTIQA+ persons, difficult human rights situations have turned into acute emergencies," said Ise Bosch, Executive Director of Dreilinden.

LGBTIQA+ persons are disproportionately often employed in sectors where lockdown measures have led to high income losses or where there is an increased risk of infection with the COVID-19 virus, according to Bosch.

Read the full article about COVID's effect on LGBTQ+ communities at Alliance Magazine.