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). ...


COC Publishes an English Translation of Report on LGBTI

Seven years after the Fleeing Homophobia report was issued, and four years after the ABC-judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union, Dutch asylum ...

Dutch LGBTI Award for Kevin Jennings

Kevin Jennings, a United States citizen, was awarded the Bob Angelo Medal for his outstanding contribution to the improvement of the position of LGBTI youth ...

Creating a Safe and Empowering Space for Lesbian and

PETAL stands for Promoting Empowerment Through Awareness of Les/Bi Women and is the first LBQ-led organisation in Belize. This documentary gives an in-depth ...

In November 2018, 4 LBQ organisations from Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Togo gathered in Cameroon, where they were welcomed by a dynamic LBQ organisation from Central and West Africa, AVAF, and a dozen Cameroonian LBQ women leaders. This meeting was an exchange between LBQ organisations about challenges and opportunities, sharing of good practices and experiences. The meeting was also an opportunity to set up the basis of a regional LBQ needs assessment process in 7 Francophone countries in West Africa, including Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal and Togo.

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