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PEI Statement on Report titled “Unveiling the Unspoken Lens of Reality”

Barcelona, 26th February 2018

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UNVEILING THE UNSPOKEN LENS OF REALITY

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DESVELANDO LA LENTE OCULTA DE LA REALIDAD

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CONDOM, ANAL SEX, & WATERBASED LUBRICANT

Donwload the LGBTQ HIV/AIDS BROCHURE.

Tearing Down Walls, Building Up Hope: A LGBTQ Youth Empowerment Toolkit

Young Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) people in Sierra Leone have produced this book
It is the result of much hard work – from workshops, meetings in different communities, and discussions in the day
and late into the night. I have been privileged to be part of this transformative process. What struck me most as
someone who has worked on LGBTQ human rights issues for most of my life is the enthusiasm and interest
shown by all the young LGBTQ people on this project as we struggled to make the issues real and relevant to our
lives and those of our generation. Read the toolkit.

NEWSLETTER VOL I Issue 2

Welcome to our second newsletter of 2010 (issue 2) featuring recent WCWGMC HIV/AIDS projects pictures and events. Prominent here is the Sierra Leonean LGBTQ young people live stories. Continue Reading.


NEWSLETTER VOL I Issue 3

The main purpose of WhyCantWeGetMarried.Com is to challenge any individual, government or society from preventing two adults from loving each other - if they are causing no harm to anyone and are happy together. Continue Reading.


NEWSLETTER VOL I Issue 4

We envision making LGBTQI rights a reality for young people and thus our mission has and still remains to be empowering LGBTQI young people, minimize discrimination, stereotypes, homophobia, trans-phobia and patriarchal norms for the attainment of equal rights. Continue Reading.


NEWSLETTER VOL II Issue 5 June - November

The main purpose of WhyCantWeGetMarried.Com is to challenge any individual, government or society from preventing two adults from loving each other - if they are causing no harm to anyone and are happy together. Our project particularly focuses on ending discrimination ex-perienced by inter-racial couples, inter-religious couples and couples who identify as part of the LGBIT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Intersex Transgender) community. Continue Reading.