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Queer Awakening: Unheard Stories of LGBTIQ+ youth

LGBTIQ+ youth remain systematically excluded, marginalised and discriminated in development, human rights and society in Africa. Inequalities in health and gender can be addressed by connecting the dots to global challenges against multilateralism, choice and globalisation.

Dumiso Gatsha
Coordinator
Success Capital Organisation

The Muted Girls Aren’t Playing Nice Anymore: Why African Women and Girls Must Be Included in Global Conversations

From quality education and technology to climate change, African women and girls have been excluded from crucial decisions that affect them the most. It’s time to take action. Here’s how Africa and the world will benefit from giving a voice to traditionally marginalized groups.

Tokunbo Kujore
Social-Impact Strategist & Founder
Afro Girls

September 26, 17:00
17:00 — 17:15 EST (GMT-5) (15′)

SDG Action Zone

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