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Please join us for the launch of Proudly Malawian, a ground-breaking collection of life stories of eleven lesbian, bisexual and gender-nonconforming Malawians.
GALA invites you to the launch of two exciting new resources: Creative Resistance (facilitation manual) and Acting against Oppression (documentary). Help us celebrate with an afternoon of conversation and creativity.
Journeys of Faith tells the stories of LGBTI people who have struggled to reconcile their religious beliefs with their sexual orientation or gender identity. Join us for the launch of this thought-provoking and moving exhibition.
OUT LGBT Well-being and the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development invite you to a dialogue about the LGBTI community and hate crimes faced by its members.
The Wits Transformation and Employment Equity Office invites you to take part in a roundtable discussion on online social space as sites of violence and prejudice.
Please join us for the launch of two exciting new publications and a thought-provoking conversation on homophobia and transphobia in the workplace. The panel discussion will feature representatives from GALA, the LRS, COSATU and ICHLRC.
The Hate Crimes Working Group invites you to a free screening of award-winning documentary African Pride.
This seminar will explore how sexual rights are being demanded, contested and articulated within three of the BRICS countries. It will examine how the fight for sexual rights is being played out, as well as the major issues, trends and challenges.
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Amnest International is hosting this upcoming exhibition which features photos of LGBTI activists from South Africa, Uganda, Cameroon and Kenya.