Making Visible: The Lived Realities of LBTQI+ across Nepal, Uganda and Zimbabwe
Making Visible: The Lived Realities of LBTQI+ across Nepal, Uganda and Zimbabwe’ aims to capture and collate some of the knowledge, learning, and evidence around the focus and effectiveness of our work with partners who focus on LBTQI+ issues. It draws on evidence and learning from three distinct but related LBTQI+ focused projects: Pakasipiti, Zimbabwe: ‘Promoting human rights and fundamental freedoms for LBTQ women’; FARUG, Uganda: ‘Documenting the lived realities of LBQ women’; and Mitini Nepal, Nepal: ‘Enhancing the capacity to build advocacy groups for LBT persons’. The paper also documents how supporting more marginalized voices within national women’s movements can contribute to strengthening and sustaining women’s movements.
This learning paper is the third in a learning paper series produced by Womankind which shares insight, analysis, and reflection from our portfolio of work and builds upon a body of learning to support women’s rights and movement strengthening.