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.
The Children’s Radio Foundation hosted this three-day workshop in Lusaka in January 2020 to develop ISSZ’s media strategy.
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.
In October 2019, Taboom Media held three workshops for journalists and civil society leaders in Lilongwe and Blantyre.
In October 2019, we assembled 25 journalists, editors and media professionals from across Sub-Saharan Africa for an intensive training course on how best to cover LGBTQI+ issues and religion. Here is the resolution they bring back to their newsrooms.
Our third four-day workshop on covering religion and SSOGIE (sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression) issues brought together 20 journalists from 12 countries across Sub-Saharan Africa.
In September 2019, Taboom hosted an onboarding and collaboration summit for the LGBTQI+ Media Monitoring and Response Coalition at The Other Foundation’s Kopano.
The panel assessed how regional LGBTQI+ activists frame their public messaging and explored opportunities for more strategic messaging.