Facilitating community access to direct services

Ensure equal opportunities for trans and gender diverse person to access direct services.

GDX will work towards realising this by securing access to direct services by brokering partnerships with service providers; Facilitating linkages with service providers; investing in and maintaining databases of service providers.

Amplifying Trans and Gender Diverse voices from Southern Africa

 

Join us every Tuesday at 14h00 Central African Time, for an in-depth online conversation about the impact of COVID-19 and lockdown on the mental and physical well-being of trans and gender diverse persons.

 

Registration is now open, kindly click on the link below and fill out the Registration Form, once we receive the form, we will send out the Zoom link to all participants:

#ApmlifyingTGDV  #TransVoices  #LegalGenderRecognition  #OwningMyIdentity

#MyRightoMyIdentity  #TransRightsareHumanRights  #LetOurVoicesBeHeard

#YouAreNotAlone  #WeAreHereForYou  #Transgender  #GenderDiverse

#GenderNonConforming  #HumanRights  #EqualityForAll

Amplifying Trans and Gender Diverse Voic
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Thank you

to all our applicants

 

If you have received a voucher please register on the link below:

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Click on the above image to download the Trans Rural Narratives Book

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Click on the above image to download the Trans Rural Narratives Poetry

BOOK LAUNCHED: TRANS RURAL NARRATIVES

 

Gender DynamiX is incredibly proud and excited to bring you “TRANS RURAL NARRATIVES”, a book project which amplifies the voices and visibility of rural-based trans and gender diverse persons.

The book colours itself through the right to self-determination as it pertains to gender identity and allows trans and gender diverse individuals from various provinces and rural backgrounds in South Africa to share their narratives and lived experiences on gender recognition on their own terms.

 

Through a trans community participatory research approach, the book aims to identify the limitations to the realisation of legal gender recognition in the country, provide a data resource on the lived realities of trans and gender diverse individuals in rural and semi-urban areas, and contribute to the development of a contextual black trans theory in South Arica.

 

Gender DynamiX launched the TRANS RURAL NARRATIVES book via webinar on Wednesday, 24th June 2020.

For more information send an email to admin@genderdynamix.org.za