Introducing BaQueer Twogeere podcast, Ms Senfuka said that the platform was started as a safe space to allow LBQ Women to document and freely express themselves, share their realities as well as celebrate their contributions in society despite the shrinking spaces.
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.
Tranz Network Uganda (TNU) stands with the rest of the world in commemorating the International Transgender Day of Remembrance 2020. TNU also celebrates the struggles and resilience of all transgender and gender non-conforming persons alive today, and the huge progress the Network and our development partners have made against the transgender dilemma in Uganda.
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.
Alliance of Women Advocating for Change (AWAC) has released her first edition of the SWARM Magazine online. SWARM which stands for Sex Workers’ Advocacy and Resilience Magazine is an annual publication that aims at putting in the spotlight the stories of struggles and resilience of female sex workers’ social justice movement in Uganda.