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The Hearts Set on Pilgrimage curriculum

Religious Dialogue partners

The Hearts Set on Pilgrimage curriculum is designed to take Christian LGBTIQ people of faith through a process of integrating their spirituality and sexuality, finding solid ground to stand on in their faith tradition, and explore what it means to be in dialogue with religious leaders. It is free to use, but we would like to engage in discussion about the process and methodology so what is available for download here is a sample. If you do want to use it after reviewing it, please get in touc

When Family is weaponized against LGBTI people – Faith Focus Sub-Saharan Africa

Family & Traditional values

The issues of faith, family and traditional values have become highly politicized and utilized within the UN system for a number of years. A review of conservative groups, their discourse and strategies has been extensively reported in recent years including in the NORAD report “Lobbying for Faith and Family: A Study of Religious NGOs at the United Nations” (2013) and the Observatory on the Universality of Human Rights “Rights at Risk” (2017).

Kenya-Coping with Anti-LGBTI Politics and Stigma

Psychosocial support for difficult contexts

Kenya-Effects of Anti-LGBTI Stigma

Psychosocial support for difficult contexts

Kenya-Surviving&Thriving Anti-LGBTI Stigma

Psychosocial support for difficult contexts

When Family is weaponized against LGBTI people – UN Focus Sub-Saharan Africa

Family & Traditional values

The issues of faith, family and traditional values have become highly politicized and utilized within the UN system for a number of years. A review of conservative groups, their discourse and strategies has been extensively reported in recent years including in the NORAD report “Lobbying for Faith and Family: A Study of Religious NGOs at the United Nations” (2013) and the Observatory on the Universality of Human Rights “Rights at Risk” (2017).