The Initiative for Strategic Litigation in Africa (ISLA) invites social movement organizations working on sexual rights in Malawi, Botswana and Uganda to lead work as local coordinating partners under core partnership within the Sexual Rights Litigation Network (2021 – 2023).
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, on 20th October, signed the Civil Union Amendment Bill removing the provision in the Civil Union Act that allowed government-employed marriage officers at the Department of Home Affairs to refuse to solemnise same-sex unions or marriages based on personal religious or moral objections.
Freedom and Roam Uganda is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for a board member for the position of membership representative. We are looking for individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences who are interested in helping us fulfill our mission of “to strengthen and mobilise visibility and collective organising power of LBQ women.
On Saturday the 17th of October 2020, Living Free UK in collaboration with Global Black Gay Men Connect, House of Rainbow, and African Equality Foundation will be hosting a virtual Symposium as part of Black History Month with the theme: Celebrating Black Excellence. “With an All Black Trans Panel, the event aims to have a meaningful conversation around intersectionality as well as […]
The whole campaign stems from the fact that sports is not a safe place to be gay. Many LGBT people avoid taking part in sports because they fear that they might be subjected to homophobic or transphobic abuse. LBTQ sports persons must battle stereotyping of feminine behaviour and there is often corresponding fear of being labelled to be gay.