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African Gender Institute

The African Gender Institute at the University of Cape Town is a teaching, learning and research institute that focuses on issues of gender and development on the African continent. The institute has delivered innovative integrated outcomes on gender justice, sexuality and human rights, peace and conflict studies and capacity building in relation to gender and women’s studies […]

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Initiative for Strategic Litigation in Africa

The Initiative for Strategic Litigation in Africa, based in Johannesburg, is a Pan-African and feminist-led initiative that aims to contribute to the development of jurisprudence on sexual rights and women’s human rights on the continent by providing expertise on strategic litigation.

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Pan Africa ILGA

Pan Africa ILGA is a federation of organizations in Africa that work to improve human rights based on sexual orientation and gender identity expression. It is based in Johannesburg.

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Alternatives Cameroun

Alternatives Cameroun, based in Doulala, Cameroon, works on sexual minority rights in the country. Contact Yves.

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Initiative for Equal Rights

The Initiative for Equal Rights is a nongovernmental organization based in Lagos, Nigeria, that works to protect and promote the human rights of sexual minorities nationally and regionally.

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Africa Regional Sexuality Resource Centre

The Africa Regional Sexuality Resource Centre, based in Lagos, Nigeria, aims to promote more informed and affirming public dialogue on human sexuality and to contribute to positive changes in the emerging field of sexuality in Africa, by creating mechanisms for learning at the regional level.

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Jewrotica

Jewrotica is a website and online community that offers stories, poetry, columns, advice, essays, and more. It invites people of all religious backgrounds and sexual orientations to read and take part in conversations.

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