Now more than ever: Targeting zero human rights violations of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people in Africa
Africa is changing! This change is visible in economics and in the increasing world interest for doing business in Africa. But the winds of change on our continent also blow on culture and society. The fact that we are all here today, calling for “zero human rights violations for LGBT people in Africa” is another illustration of this change. This change is not given. It is the fruit of the struggles and activism of many in this room and across the continent.
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