The handbook includes relevant historical context, tips for investigating religious groups and nonprofit organizations, lists of known perpetrators of anti-LGBTQI+ hate, and organizations and campaigns working to combat it.
The Thomson Reuters Foundation and Hivos East Africa workshop included 10 journalists and 10 activists from Kenya and Uganda.
The two-year grant help U.S. journalists investigate how domestic groups are fomenting anti-LGBTQI+ hatred and undermining human rights in the U.S. and abroad.
In November 2018, Taboom Media held four workshops for journalists and civil society leaders in Harare, Bulawayo, and Mutare, Zimbabwe.
The grant will help journalists better investigate and report on how political, civil society, and faith groups in the U.S. fuel anti-LGBTQI+ hatred abroad.
The Digital Corps program provides web services and builds WordPress websites for LGBTQ+ activists around the world.
The Interfaith Network of Religious Leaders Living with or Affected by HIV (INERELA+) workshop focused on media engagement strategies for activists and faith leaders.
The Global Interfaith Network for People of All Sexes, Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities and Expressions (GIN-SSOGIE) workshop focused on media engagement strategies for activists and faith leaders.
The Religious Freedom Center of the Freedom Forum Institute at the Newseum’s June webinar focused on Religion and Sexuality: Tips for Sharing Scholarship With the Public.
The support will bolster our ongoing efforts to improve media coverage of religion and LGBTQI+ rights across Sub-Saharan Africa.