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Tackling corrective rape in South Africa: the engagement between the LGBT CSOs and the NHRIs (CGE and SAHRC) and its role
Author: Luis Abolafia Anguita
Created: 2010
Added: 09 December 2013
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Opening Doors: A Global Survey of NGO Attitudes Towards LGBTI Refugees
An investigation into the treatment of LGBTI refugees and asylum seekers NGO workers. The report reveals high levels of discrimination, mainly due to a lack of education and sensitivity training.
Created: 2012
Country USA
Added: 09 October 2013
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Towards the ‘Good Society’: Healthcare Provision for Victims of Hate Crime from Periphery to Centre Stage
This study sets out the reasons why hate crime as a reporting and sentencing category is not a privilege, but rather paramount for ensuring a better life for all South Africans, regardless of sexual orientation.
Author: Juan A. Nel
Created: 2007
Country South Africa
Added: 09 October 2013
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A Meeting of Queer Minds: Report on a Retreat of LGBTI Leaders and Activists from the Republic of Ireland and South Africa
A report from a dialogue between leadership and activists from Irish and South African LGBTI organisations. The exercise found that LGBTI communities were politically marginal in terms of access to human and socio-economic rights.
Author: Karen Martin
Created: 2010
Country South Africa
Added: 09 October 2013
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Sex and Sexuality for All: Handbook for Training Service Providers on Integrating LGBTI Issues into HIV and GBV Prevention
A guide for service providers and others connected to the LGBTI community. The toolkit speaks directly to issues of HIV prevention and gender-based violence.
Created: 2011
Country South Africa
Added: 08 October 2013
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United States Government Gender-based Violence Assessment Report (South Africa)
An overall study of the efforts undertaken in South Africa to address gender-based violence.
Created: 2011
Added: 08 October 2013
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Curtailing Criticism: Intimidation and Obstruction of Civil Society in Uganda
The study investigates intimidation against Ugandan NGOs (including LGBTI organisations), how such incidents affect service delivery and other impacts.
Created: 2012
Added: 07 October 2013
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South African LGBTI Youth
This report looks at the needs of LGBTI youth from an organisational and service-delivery perspective.
Author: A.H Butler & G. Astbury
Created: 2005
Country South Africa
Added: 11 October 2013
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Transgender Violence and HIV
A presentation on the difficulties faced by transgender people in accessing HIV treatment and related services, linked to the social stigma against transgender individuals.
Author: He-Jin Kim
Created: 2012
Country South Africa
Added: 09 October 2013
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The Women’s Movement and Lesbian and Gay Struggles in South Africa
A critique of the feminist movements failure to address and prioritise lesbian issues, as well as issues relating to the broader LGBTI community. The writer also identifies South African law and patriarchy as contributing factors to violence.
Author: Mary Hames
Created: 2003
Country South Africa
Added: 09 October 2013
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Understanding the Challenges Facing Gay and Lesbian South Africans
Commissioned by OUT LGBT-Wellbeing, this booklet provides advice and guidelines for better service provision for LGBTI individuals, with particular focus on service providers in the public sphere.
Created: 2006
Country South Africa
Added: 09 October 2013
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Gender-based Violence in South Africa: Interview with Bernedette Muthien
An interview with gender activist Bernedette Muthien on gender-based violence and activism.
Author: Anitha Schall
Created: 2012
Country South Africa
Added: 08 October 2013
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Lesbian Lives Unlimited: A Report from the Study ‘The Psycho-social-sexual Experiences of Lesbian Women in Tshwane (Pretoria): A Qualitative Analysis’
A report on the lives of eight lesbian women of different demographics, including experiences of violence and discrimination.
Author: Delene van Dyk
Created: 2010
Country South Africa
Added: 08 October 2013
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Sixteen Days of Activism – Gender and Climate Justice: Making the Links
A Gender Links report on the 16 Days of Activism in 2011, particularly their efforts to position gender-based violence as global issue at the UN’s COP 17 in Durban.
Created: 2011
Country South Africa
Added: 08 October 2013
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