Apply now to join Taboom and GALA as a paid illustrator for Volume 3 of our Queer Activism in Africa anthology series.
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Apply Now! 2023 Media Advocacy for LGBTQI+ Equality Course in Cape Town
Course Dates: 5 – 10 May 2023. Apply by 17 February 2022 to join this free course in Cape Town.
Eswatini religious leaders express need for sensitization on LGBTQI issues
In August 2018, at a rare meeting between Eswatini’s LGBTQI community and religious leaders, most of the 15 pastors in attendance walked out. Now some local faith leaders are coming back to the table.
Taboom and GALA launch “Courage to Share,” Vol. 2 in our Queer Activism in Africa anthology series
In 28 new illustrated stories, African human rights defenders share why they fight for LGBTQI+ equality.
Attention journalists! Apply to join our 2022 Cape Town workshop on LGBTQI+ reporting in Africa
Application Deadline: August 16, 2022
Course Dates: October 28 – November 2, 2022
Couverture des Minorités Sexuelles et de Genre et de la Religion en Afrique : Un Guide de Reportage pour les Journalistes : Version Française
Notre nouveau guide de reportage comprend des recommandations et des ressources pour aider les journalistes dans leurs reportages sur le SOSIGEG et la religion en Afrique.
Call for Illustrators / Appel à illustrateurs / Chamada para Ilustradores
Apply now to join Taboom and GALA as a paid illustrator for our forthcoming “Stories of Queer Activism in Africa” anthology.
New Online Course: Media Advocacy for LGBTQI+ Equality in Africa
Course Dates: 7- 11 February 2022. Apply by 7 January 2022 to join this free interactive online course.
Launch: New Out & Proud Media Guide
The guide provides journalists, the media, and LGBTQI+ human rights activists in Southern Africa with new tools for media engagement.
Taboom and GALA launch queer anthology “Hopes and Dreams” for #IDAHOBIT2021
In “Hopes and Dreams That Sound Like Yours: Stories of Queer Activism in Sub-Saharan Africa,” 20 human rights defenders from across the continent share their activist journeys and reveal what inspires their fight for LGBTQI+ equality.