Let’s Walk Uganda is pleased to invite applications for job placement as Peer Educator to create visibility and enroll users onto the KuchuCare App.
On movement building, participants addressed relationships among different power dynamics based on gender. It was stressed that through recognition of power within through self-awareness or reflection, an individual is able to define oneself and advocate for change for themselves and others without fear or manipulation based on their vulnerabilit(y)ies due to socially constructed gender norms.
In his article shared below, Klaus Mueller raises the very necessary question on how divisionism in different sectors continues to further marginalize LGBT+ persons. In Africa, everything around us makes a firm stand to not only marginalize but uphold the rather homophobic beliefs that LGBT persons are, by virtue of their sexuality or gender, less human and therefore it is perfectly alright for their basic human rights and freedoms to be disrespected and disregarded.
Like many young LGBTIQ identifying Ugandans, Criton fled his homeland for Nairobi after suffering discrimination and harassment from his community and loved ones. The father of one hoped to create a better life for himself and never dreamt that this pursuit of happiness and acceptance would only lead to his demise.