What We Do

Document, Report and Respond to human rights violations and police brutality of Black Gay communities.

We document and report and respond to abuses on Black gay men worldwide, including torture, police brutality, killing and executions, unequal treatment, discrimination in health and jobs and housing, domestic violence, abuses against children, and denial of family rights and recognition.

Advocate for human right centered HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment product and services.

We work with our partners globally to advocate for people centered and human rights based HIV/AIDS Prevention and treatment services. 

Improve community research literacy.

Many barriers have prevented full Black gay men engagement in research. These include a lack of information about the research process, and clear descriptions of research benefits, as well as long-standing mistrust of medical and research establishments.

Global Black Gay Movement.

Join the Movement to fight for Freedom, Liberation and Justice for Black Gay communities globally  by signing up for updates, supporting our work, checking out our resources, following us on social media

Structural Interventions

Evidence-based structural interventions are needed to address multilevel structural determinants that systemically lead to and perpetuate social and health inequities for Black Gay communities.

GBGMC Strategy Plan Process.

The idea of GBGMC started in 2018, we are still figuring out what our future looks like, and we are committed to making sure you have a say in our future. Here is how we plan to move forward:

  • GBGMC Board consultation and setting up board strategy plan committee – December 2020
  • Global advisory group- January 2021
  • Global Townhalls with communities, donors and governments –January 2021-March 2021
  • Open feedback on draft strategy – April 2021-May 2021
  • Strategy approved by board –May 2021
  • Strategy presented globally—June 2021

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