From 15 to 26 of March 2021, GIN-SSOGIE participated in the 65th Commission on the Status of Women (CSW65). Because of the pandemic, the annual two-week session this year met online. The CSW65 held more than 700 side events and GIN was represented in some
Prayers in times of Crisis
GIN is starting a weekly podcast series for these times of such uncertainty and instability! Each week a sexual and gender minority leader of faith from around the world will offer a prayer or meditation to support us in these troubled times. Click below to listen on Soundcloud.
During the latest, 46th session of the HRC, GIN intervened in 3 interactive dialogues of 3 different UN Special Rapporteurs. 3 members of GIN were able to speak during sessions regarding : – Freedom of Religion or Belief; – Cultural Rights; – Minority Issues. For
Duration: 8 months, beginning on 6th April 2021 How to apply: Please send a CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for applications: March 26th 2020 This is an exciting opportunity to join the Global Interfaith Network, a global South/East-focused membership based network comprised of more
Open Letter from the Interfaith Diversity Network of West Africa to the Most Rev. Philip Naameh, Chair of the Ghana Catholic Bishops Conference.
Open Letter from the Interfaith Diversity Network of West Africa, one of our partners, to the Most Rev. Philip Naameh, Chair of the Ghana Catholic Bishops Conference, in light of the anti-LGBTIQ+ violence and discrimination occurring in that country. Read more here: Open Letter from
A FURTHER CALL ON UNHCR TO URGENTLY OFFER PROTECTION TO LGBTQ+ REFUGEES IN KAKUMA REFUGEE CAMP For immediate release Feb. 26, 2021. On February 19, 2021, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) initiated and hosted a dialogue at the Danish Refugee Council. In attendance were; LGBTQ+
Urgent call on UNHCR to offer protection to LGBTQ+ refugees experiencing brutal attacks in Kakuma Refugee camp
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb. 18, 2021. On the eve of a long overdue dialogue meeting between the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and Block 13, the highest concentration of LGBTQ+ refugees in Kakuma Refugee Camp, we call upon