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IDAHOT 2017 Country Page: South Africa

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The Gender Equity Unit – University of Western Cape (UWC): IDAHOT 2017; May 16 – 18 Pride March and Hosting of Flag; May 16, 1:00 p.m. @ ResRife Homophobia/biphobia /transphobia; May 17, 6:30 p.m. @ Cassinga Residence, A-Block, Tv room Networking and Appreciation; May 18, 5:30 @ Gender Equality Unit @ University of Western Cape (UWC), Robert Sobukwe Rd, Bellville, Cape Town The Love Not …

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IDAHOT Report 2016: South Africa

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South Africans once again came out in support of IDAHOT with a broad range of activities, campaigns and events. In Pretoria, OUT LGBT Well Being hosted a two day event alongside the Alliance Française and other members of the international community. The event featured spoken word performances, live music and an art show, all in support of IDAHOT 2016, and …

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IDAHOt 2016 Events: South Africa

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In Cape Town local LGBT group Let’s Face It will be visit several important local landmarks, including the National Slave Monument, as part of a tour of their Rainbow Africa. The group will be talking to individuals along the way and hope to use the time to address issues of discrimination and stigma within South Africa. In Pretoria,  OUT LGBT …

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IDAHOT 2015 Events: South Africa

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In South Africa several groups have held actions across the country, as well a s a number of larger public events being held within some of the larger cities. ‘Your LGBT Story is Important’ In Durban LGBT campaigners the Same Love Support Group Toti launched a special Youtube video campaign on May 16th titled ‘Your LGBT Story Is Important’. The group aimed to raise positive …

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IDAHOT Report 2014: South Africa

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South Africa In South Africa, various community groups organised actions for the IDAHOT in at least five cities (Cape Town, Malmesbury, Johannesburg, Durban and KwaZulu Natal). The events embraced topics such as Freedom of Expression, homo-, trans- and xenophobia, HIV/AIDS, progressive voices of faith, and LGBTI community pride. Actions included film screenings, panel discussions, the start of building a new …

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