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Begrüßung Do no harm — was heißt das für LSBTI-Projekte? in Berlin

Do no harm - Kickoff, Klaus Jetz

10.05.2022, Klaus Jetz, Geschäftsführer der Hirschfeld-Eddy-Stiftung.

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Hirschfeld-Eddy-Stiftung Projekte Veranstaltungen Verband

Fotos vom Praxisworkshop Do no harm — was heißt das für LSBTI-Projekte? in Berlin

10.05.2022 — Die Hirschfeld-Eddy-Stiftung hat am 10. Mai 2022 im großen Saal des REFUGIO Berlin-Neukölln den halbtägigen Workshop „Do no harm – was heißt das für LSBTI-Projekte? Praxisworkshop für Interessierte aus der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit“ durchgeführt.

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Erfolgreiche Projekte von und für LSBTIQ+ in Lateinamerika

Do no harm – Aktivist*innen über gute Strategien in der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit

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Speziell in der Zusammenarbeit mit LSBTIQ+-Projekten in vielen Ländern des Globalen Südens sind Fingerspitzengefühl und verlässliche Absprachen gefragt, um die Projektpartner*innen nicht zu gefährden. Wie eine zielführende Projektarbeit aussehen kann, berichteten zwei Kooperationspartner*innen der Hirschfeld-Eddy-Stiftung aus Nicaragua und Kolumbien

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Hirschfeld-Eddy-Stiftung Projekte Recht Verband

Frank Mugisha – Visibility means safety: I’m no longer afraid

Frank Mugisha

Dr. Frank Mugisha (38) is a human rights activist from Uganda and Executive Director of Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG) which works for the rights of LGBTIQ+ people. He was born and grew up in Kampala, and was raised a Christian.

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Dédé Oetomo – To build a life in which we can be ourselves, without negative consequences

Dédé Oetomo, Photo by Dedy Andrianto

Dédé Oetomo (68) is known as the godfather of the Indonesian LGBTIQ+ movement. He is a social scientist, AIDS activist, and role model for generations of young Indonesians. For his work as a human rights activist, Oetomo was honoured back in 1998 by the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (today’s OutRight Action International).

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Jean Elie Gasana – Inadequate protection and a lack of respect for our fundamental rights

Jean Elie Gasana

Jean Elie Gasana (43) is a Christian LGBTI activist from Rwanda. A co-founder of the LGBTI organization Other Sheep Rwanda, he works for human rights in his homeland, especially those of LGBTI people in Rwanda and the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Dragana Todorovic – I’m fighting for freedom for my communities, for full equality without compromises …

Dragana Todorovic

Dragana Todorovic (41) is a lesbian feminist activist from Serbia who has been working for human rights and gender equality for more than 20 years. She is the initiator and executive director of the LGBTI Equal Rights Association for Western Balkans and Turkey (ERA).

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Andriy Maymulakhin – I knew I’d have to fight in this life – for my nonconformity and for my personal and political freedoms

Andriy Maymulakhin

Andriy Maymulakhin (52) is an LGBTI activist from Ukraine and founder of the LGBT Human Rights Nash Mir Center. In the 1990s he was one of the first activists in Ukraine to launch the gay and lesbian movement.

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José Ignacio López – Because respect and human dignity will ultimately win out

José Ignacio López

José Ignacio López (53) is a human rights and LGBTI activist from Nicaragua. He works for the Red de Desarrollo Sostenible (RDS) organization, which was awarded the Franco-German Prize for Human Rights in 2019

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Cesnabmihilo Dorothy Nuhu-Aken’Ova – My dream is to be president of Nigeria

Cesnabmihilo Dorothy Nuhu-Aken'Ova

Cesnabmihilo Dorothy Nuhu-Aken’Ova (58) is a Nigerian linguist and feminist who began working for women’s, youth and LGBTI rights in her homeland in the mid-1990s. She is the executive director of the International Centre for Sexual Reproductive Rights (INCRESE), which she founded in 2000. Her motivation: “I do not like injustice, and I have zero tolerance for all violations of human rights!”