Below are a range of free, open-source tools and canvases supplied by our network for you to use. They cover everything from advocacy and messaging, to impact and comms.
We're updating this all the time, so come back often. If you'd like to request any tools, or want to want to submit your own, please email us.
Supporting the mental wellbeing of your team
Unpack and understand mental health and how to support your people.
Knowledge and insights
Below is a range of research and insights about LGBTIQ+ issues from around the world. Each of the links below will open in the relevant external website. If you'd like to request any resources, or want to want to submit your own, please email us.
Designing and Implementing LGBTIQA+ Inclusive Policy
Ahigh-level overview of the most prominent needs experienced broadly throughout Australian LGBTIQA+ communities
Funding and opportunities
Even though 123+ does not provide funding, we have aggregated a range of opportunities from around the world that LGBTIQ+ initiatives can tap into.
Each of the links below will open in the relevant external website. If you're aware of any other opportunies we should be sharing, please email us.
The Digital Defenders Partnership
The Digital Defenders Partnership offers support to human rights defenders under digital threat, and works to strengthen local rapid response networks.
The Global Equality Fund
The Global Equality Fund (GEF) is a leading public-private partnership comprised of like-minded governments and private sector entities dedicated to protecting and defending the human rights and fundamental freedoms of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) persons around the world. Leveraging the global reach of GEF Embassies and Consulates worldwide, local civil society organisations receive direct small grants to support short-term, targeted projects with immediate impact.
Mixed / Other
Mama Cash Resilience Fund
Mama Cash supports groups and initiatives that work from a feminist and/or women's rights perspective, are self-led by the women, girls, trans people and/or intersex they serve, have the promotion of women’s, girls’, trans people and/or intersex people’s human rights as their primary mission, and not just as the focus of part of their programmes, push for structural and fundamental change, focus on issues that are under-addressed and/or contested.