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.
CAPE TOWN — Amid social and religious discrimination, sexual and gender minorities are often shunned by traditional support networks and struggle to access higher education.
The gathering focused on accelerating change for LGBTI struggles in southern Africa.
Taboom Founding Director Brian Pellot hosted a workshop, panel and networking session on Investigating LGBTQI+ issues at the 10th Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Our second four-day workshop on covering religion and SSOGIE (sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression) issues brought together 18 journalists from 16 countries across Sub-Saharan Africa.