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Latest updates on scholarships, fellowships and job openings.

 
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NGLHRC is pleased to announce that we have a creative photo competition that is going to run from Wednesday June 6th 2018 to Friday July 6th 2018. The photographs and captions submitted should be in line with this year’s IDAHOBIT theme, “Alliances For Solidarity ” and should capture how life is for LGBTIQ and Gender Non-Conforming persons in Kenya now and how it would be if the said articles of the Penal Code were repealed. 
All images should be sent to info@nglhrc.com
Deadline: July 6th 2018



Bitch Media, an independent, nonprofit feminist media organization now in its 22nd year, is pleased to offer the Bitch Media Fellowships for Writers. This is a series of three-month intensive writing fellowships whose goal is to develop, support, and amplify emerging, diverse voices in feminist, activist, and pop-culture media. 

Fellows will work in one of the four subject areas during the fellowship period: Sexual Politics, Pop-Culture Criticism, Technology, Global Feminism. 

Deadline: 31st July


PEMA Kenya is a human-rights Community Based Organization that works to champion the inclusion of gender and sexual minorities (GSMs) by providing space for advocacy, networking, and capacity building for GSMs, as well as providing society in general with needed tools and information.  

Currently, PEMA is looking to hire a Media and Monitoring Officer (M&E) and an ICT Assistant. 

Deadline: 27th June

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LGBTQI News From Kenya


LGBTQI News From Kenya


Our news coverage features stories from Kenya and the rest of Africa on the growing LGBTIQ rights movement. Check in regularly for updates and follow us on Twitter and Facebook for more. 

 

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As a part of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia 2015, Njeri Gateru, Legal Officer at the National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (Kenya) shared her story of why she became a lawyer and coming to terms with her sexuality as a young person.