In your scenario, as you are connected with two different ISPs, relevent registrar can assign your organization a /24 address space. you will have to apply for Multihoming assignment, I think they charge membership fee and address space fees as well. They will ask you about the details of your setup, like network diagrams and the justification that why you need your own address space.
Organization in multihoming setup, usually get their own address space to create fault tolerent networks, as ofcourse if one ISP gets down an address space from that ISP cannot be routed through the network of other ISP, and if you have your own address assignments advertised by BGP through both ISPs, your network remains accessable if one ISP gets down through another ISP.
below are the links for the registrar responsible for the allocation in their respective regions.
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