The Children’s Radio Foundation hosted this three-day workshop in Lusaka in January 2020 to develop ISSZ’s media strategy.
BLANTYRE, Malawi — With new research revealing that 3.5 percent of adults in Malawi identify as LGBTI, some faith leaders are acknowledging the existence of sexual and gender minorities and preaching messages of love, peace, inclusion, respect and equality.
As some Christians flock to churches to celebrate Christmas, many LGBTQI+ people of faith remain isolated by their religious communities because of their gender or sexuality. Others who were ordained as faith leaders have been shown the door.
Ignatius Annor hosts a conversation with Zimbabwean human rights advocate Isabella Matambanadzo, Cape Town-based journalist Carl Collison, and Nigeria-based Professor Kola Adebayo for Africanews.
LGBTQI+ Ugandans have long been denied access to medical services, forcing them to dangerously self-medicate. Now some doctors and activists are coming out to condemn medical discrimination against LGBTQI+ people.
Churches are often considered safe spaces that welcome all humanity, but for LGBTQI Christians who have been harassed, abused and pushed out their doors, they can represent a painful source of “spiritual starvation”.
The film takes viewers on Nthabiseng Mokoena’s journey of trauma and resilience, a narrative many intersex South Africans share.
In Kenya, some Muslim leaders reject the idea of embracing LGBTQI people as part of their flock, citing religious scripture as the foundation for their intolerance, but how does Islam really view matters of sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression?
New research from the University of Nairobi shows that children who grow up without fathers are more likely to end up in crime. Meet the man who has gone from working with some of Nairobi’s most wanted gangs to reforming and vowing that his son will never have a father like his.
In November 2019, Taboom Media teamed up with GALZ to lead five workshops, lectures, panels, and trainings for more than 100 journalists and activists n Harare and Bulawayo.