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LGBT+ Rights Are Human Rights 

ACTSA has, since its foundation, had a fundamental commitment to human rights and a recognition that those who are marginalised and vulnerable are most at risk of having these rights denied to them. LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and other gender and sexual minorities) people in Southern Africa are especially vulnerable.In the majority of countries in Southern Africa homosexuality is not only socially rejected but is actually illegal, by penal code or common law. While there has been some progress, for example, in the last two years homosexuality has been decriminalised in both Mozambique and the Seychelles, challenges remain.

All people should live free from fear, want and discrimination. Please donate now and help us to support the LGBT+ communities in Southern Africa to make this a reality.  

Thank you.






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ACTSA works with the people of Southern Africa to build a future of rights, equality and development for all the region. We are the successor organisation to the Anti- Apartheid Movement. 

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ACTSA Latest   

Joel Joffe, 12 May 1932-18 June 2017. An appreciation.
An appreciation to Joel Joffe, the lawyer who put together the legal team to defend Nelson Mandela and his colleagues in the Rivonia Trial, who sadly passed away on the 18th June 2017. We'll miss him but we celebrate his life and many achievements. Click here to read full article

ACTSA's LGBT+ Resource now available
LGBT+ Rights are Human Rights. Visit our campaigns & advocacy section on LGBT+ Rights in Southern Africa and read our initial mapping of LGBT+ organisations in the region, plus other key info available now. 

The latest edition of our Angola Monitor now available.
Angola will have a new president, Is Angola authoritarian? Refugees from DRC, Demining, and more. Click here to read,and sign up to receive the next edition straight to your inbox. 

Coughing Up: Justice for Southern African Mineworkers with Silicosis and TB - Briefing Paper
 ACTSA publishes briefing paper calling on the companies that profited from South African gold to adequately compensate mineworkers  suffering from Silicosis and TB - Click here to read.



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