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Job Vacancy

Senior Research Consultant

The main purpose of this study is to i) Build & Strengthen Research Capacities within the Trans and Gender Diverse Movement in Southern Africa; ii) Drive a research agenda that is authentically community-led; iii) Generate knowledge on how structural, systemic and interpersonal forms of violence against trans and gender diverse persons are maintained and reinforced through policy design and political, social and professional practices and discourses. The study will gauge the relationship between trans and gender diverse persons and civil-political and socio-economic rights as necessary components of living a life free of fear of stigma, discrimination and violence. It will touch on law and policy, the state of being under various political-legal orders or regimes; relationship between our communities and the various organs of state including Human Rights Institutions; address issues concerning access to services such as healthcare, social services, employment and housing, amongst others.

 

Closing Date: 20 May 2022

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SAVE THE DATE

SISTAAZ OF THE CASTLE

Saturday, 28 May 2022

 

16h00 - The Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town

An activistic fashion show presented by:

Trans Sex Work Support Group SistaazHood in collaboration with Duran Lantink & Jan Hoek. Music by Angel-Ho.

 

Hosted by Gender DynamiX (GDX)

RVSP to assistant@genderdynamix.org.za before 23 May 2022

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Press Release

MISS SA PAGEANT SEMI-FINALIST FROM THE TRANS AND GENDER DIVERSE COMMUNITY

TRANSition and Transformation within the 27 years of democracy has finally produced a Miss SA pageant semi-finalist from the trans and gender diverse community.

 

Lehlogonolo Machaba, a 24-year-old woman from the Lethlabile in the Northwest, has elegantly graced our media platforms with her beauty and politic. As a proud dark-skinned transgender woman, she is hoping to advocate and inspire change as the first transgender woman to make it to the Top 30.

 

The Miss SA pageant semifinalist firmly believes that the diversity of all women should be represented in the Miss SA platform. She hopes to further raise awareness to the issues currently faced by the LGBTIQ+ community.

 

If you are interested in showing your support to Lehlogonolo in the making of history, you can log on to www.misssa.co.za to find out how to cast your vote. Voting closes on 21 July 2021.

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GDX Vacancy

OPERATIONS MANAGER

Closing Date:

Monday, 26 September 2022

Please send CVs to: humanresources@genderdynamix.org.za

Job Vacancy

Admin and Finance Officer

Required Qualification

  • Minimum of 3 years of working experience in an NGO environment preferable.

  • Computer literacy, including PASTEL, MS Excel.

  • Experience working with the GFATM systems and procedures an added advantage.

  • Being a trans community member would be preferable.

 

Closing Date: 15 January 2023

 

Please send CVs to: humanresources@genderdynamix.org.za

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UPDATE!

NEW!

Liberty Glenton Matthyse

IT’S BISEXUAL AWARENESS WEEK

Let’s Celebrate our Bi Community

The bisexual community is often the most forgotten element of the LGBTQIA+ acronym.

That’s why it’s time to remember and support our bi+ brothers and sisters.

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The New Romantic

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Who We Are

Our Work

Who we are

Theory of Change and Priority Areas

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A.C.C.E.S.S. Granted

Lulu’s Story of Legal Gender Recognition,

A Story of Resilience

I started my trans journey officially in 2017. Eight years prior to that I was still thinking where and how does one start to and if this is the step I really want to take. In this time, I was doing research on the process however I didn’t find the information helpful until I met a friend. This friend was in the process of transitioning, and they explained to me how to go about it. When I reflected on what was shared with me in comparison with what I found I realised how challenging it is to access gender affirming services.

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