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.
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.
The film takes viewers on Nthabiseng Mokoena’s journey of trauma and resilience, a narrative many intersex South Africans share.
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 support will bolster our ongoing efforts to improve media coverage of religion and LGBTQI+ rights across Sub-Saharan Africa.
Pellot led a session on media engagement strategies for church media practitioners from across Southern Africa on March 20, 2018.
JOHANNESBURG — A proposed amendment to South Africa’s Civil Union Act, which legalized same-sex marriage in 2006, would prevent civil servants from refusing to marry same-sex couples on the basis of conscience, religion or belief.
JOHANNESBURG—Mally Simelane’s daughter was murdered for her sexual orientation, a tragic event that she has channeled into promoting LGBTI acceptance at her church and in KwaThema.