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The handbook includes practical tips and resources to help civil society groups and activists use media advocacy skills to advance LGBTQI+ rights across Africa.
BBC Africa speaks to a trans woman from Somalia and a femme/non-binary queer person from Ethiopia who found asylum abroad.
COVID-19 has stopped unnecessary surgeries, often performed on children without consent, said Crystal Hendricks of Intersex South Africa.
The grant will help journalists and civil society activists report on and monitor media coverage of LGBTQI+ rights in Africa.
16 journalists from across Sub-Saharan Africa participated in the week-long Thomson Reuters Foundation workshop.
The updated handbook includes new reporting tips and resources to assist journalists as they report on LGBTQI+ issues and religion in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The panel discussed how queer communities are experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic and how creativity and the creative industries can spur positive change in times of crisis.
The webinar included advice on fundraising strategies, donor outreach, and grant-writing skills.
HARARE – Transgender people in Zimbabwe who wish to transition lack access to gender-affirming healthcare and hormone therapy, a reality rooted in institutional transphobia that has worsened in recent years as Zimbabwe’s economic malaise has deepened.