Trans Youth Initiative-Uganda (TYI-Uganda) is a rural transgender youth women, transgender youth sex workers and gender diverse youth led organization in Mbarara, western Uganda. We are seeking to hire a Programs Director and Finance Manager, please send in your applications by 2nd October 2020.
If you believe you have the above skills and experience, passion and desire to join Alliance of Women Advocating for Change (AWAC), Kindly submit your application, CV and scanned copy of your academic documents addressed to the Executive Director by 6:00pm 3rd October 2020 via: email@example.com.
Dr Sylvia Tamale will on Thursday September 24th 2020 be discussing her newest book Decolonization and Afro-Feminism with writer and feminist scholar Charmainne Pereira. The discussion will be hosted by Fironze Manji, from publishing house Daraja Press and it will be live on both YouTube and Facebook.
To follow the discussion, follow these links
In part one of this two-part series, an open bisexual woman who prefers to identify as queer in the acceptance that her sexuality is fluid and ever changing speaks to our reporter about what life is like for her and how she navigates and balances her marital relationship with her attraction to women.
According to Ssewanyana Roderick, the Project Coordinator at COPTEC, this initiative was designed under the Key Populations Investiment Fund to raise awareness and understanding of key stakeholders within law enforcement and local government bodies on security risks and impacts of how the law affects the implementation of HIV services to the entire key populations spectrum.
We’re seeking a part-time project manager (50%) as maternity cover for a project in digital human rights work in Uganda in cooperation with local and international partners. The main goal of the project is to strengthen human rights in Uganda through the effective and innovative use of digital infrastructure and tools as well as to establish a digital mindset in various target groups.