Netherlands: Gender Sexuality Alliances

Students and teachers come together in GSAs to organise activities in their schools regarding sexual orientation and gender identity. Purple Friday (when ...

South Africa: Respect by Men and Women in Blue

Sergent Bonginkosi tells about his increased knowlegde of Human Rights, resulting in more respect for LGBTI in his and his colleagues daily work as police ...

Vietnam: WLW Art Exhibition

‘Exposure’ increases the visibility of WLW. In Hanoi, CSAGA organised an art exhibition called ‘Exposure’ about women-loving women (WLW). ...


Call For Proposals – PRIDE End Evaluation

COC Netherlands is looking to recruit an evaluation consultant/team to lead the end evaluation of its 5-year programme, PRIDE. The PRIDE programme is active ...

Momentous Achievements for Intersex Rights in India

August and September of 2019 saw two major wins for intersex rights in India. In August, the government in the southern Indian state Tamil Nadu issued new ...

The ICoZ Family and Their Stories

In September 2019, a group of seven intersex people and the mother of an intersex child came together in Harare, most of them being from the suburban city ...

This Story of Change shows how the trans movement, which is very recent in Burkina Faso, is rapidly gaining visibility and organizing events that create links with the rest of the LGBTI community. On May 17th, Harmony Burkina, one of COC’s partners within PRIDE, organized a Trans Visibility day, the highlight of which was the election night of Mister and Miss IDAHOT. Attendees explain why organizing this type of event is important. Watch the video below to learn more!

This Story of Change is an illustration of the PRIDE programme.