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REGISTER LEGABIBO NOW: A Media Statement By A Collective Of African LGBTI Leaders 

LGBT Network emerges from Shell
  REGDERS As Human Rights Advocates, Equality For All Movement Leaders and Citizens with SADC fighting for equal protection, promotion and access to rights and liberties of marginalized groups such as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people in Southern Africa… We NOTE wit...   After spending a year identifying, researching, reaching out, approaching, and convincing senior leaders, Linda Mayekiso succeeded in his plan to see Shell South Africa launch an LGBT network. This event was held on Tuesday, July 21 2015 at Shell’s head-office in Bryanston, Johannesburg. It made She...


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Are Africans More Tolerant to Diversity? 

Connecting With Government and Municipal Workers on SOGIE
  1 March 2016 within the Global Community was observed such that within the United Nations the #ZeroDiscriminationCampaign was visibilized. Within the African Continent was a launch of Tolerance In Africa Report AD74 on 'Good Neighbours? Africans Express high levels of tolerance for many, but not ...   Virginia from the Foundation for Human Rights is organising workshops around the country for LGBTI people who work as nurses, teachers, clerks, matrons, either in public or private sector, municipal workers, police, traffic cops, government departments, etc. The workshop is primarily aimed at dis...


PATRONS: Mr Z. Achmat (Treatment Action Campaign), Sir Elton John and David Furnish (Elton John AIDS Foundation)