Tagged as: Rapid Response Fund

Eswatini: ‘Is it a crime to love someone?’ 16 Dec 2020

In Eswatini, nowhere does the lack of respect shown to people because of their sexual orientation go deeper than in religious circles. Imagine then wh...

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Male sex workers and the fight for their lives in Malawi 13 Nov 2020

Men who have sex with men and who are also sex workers face a double stigma. Aniz Mitha knows exactly what this means, because he’s lived it first-h...

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When the law is an ass: challenging the state apparatus in Nigeria 23 Oct 2020

When Victor* was convicted for the “crime” of consensual sex with another man, after being unlawfully advised by a police officer to plead guilty,...

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How the HIV response is adapting in the face of COVID-19 09 Oct 2020

All over the world, community-based organisations are initiating innovations in HIV services to continue reaching people with what they need most, be...

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Transforming the HIV response 09 Oct 2020

How communities innovate to respond to COVID-19...

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Rachelle and Bea: Young, gifted and trans 10 Sep 2020

Rejected by their families, Rachelle and Bea face many challenges as young transgender women, but they have big dreams. ...

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New pandemic, same blame game 15 May 2020

Rights-based organisations in Africa are reporting that stigma against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people is on the rise as a result...

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Emergency appeal launched to increase funding for LGBT people impacted by COVID-19 29 Apr 2020

Applications to our Rapid Response Fund for LGBT people have tripled as a result of...

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“It’s called ‘human’ rights, not ‘straight’ rights” 30 Jan 2020

Kaluso, a transgender woman from Malawi, speaks out about the need for zero discrimination when it comes to the rights of sexual minorities....

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