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RAINBOW NETWORKS AFRICA
RAINBOW NETWORKS AFRICA is a campaign to start and maintain conversations and action around: HIV Laws and Gender expansive issues in Africa.
People, participation, programming and policy are the four for pillars on which our activities revolve. We seek to engage people in taking charge of their settings to own change.
We profile community activities around pushback, contest degrading HIV Laws or negotiate possibilities for dialogue and reversal of conversation and policy institutionalizing stigma and discrimination on the African continent.
We work with social, cultural, economical and traditional institutions in Africa such as: African Parliament, African Union, Eastern African Social-political entities, Western African Social-political entities, Southern African Social-political entities, Northern African Social-political entities; CBOs; Universities; and CSOs Organization Development and Mainstreaming social action addressing HIV Criminalization and Modernization laws.
From 2017-2027 we shall create contact mechanisms to promote rapport; and establish feedback channels at African Parliament, African Union, Eastern African Social-political entities, Western African Social-political entities, Southern African Social-political entities, Northern African Social-political entities;5298 CBOs; 1200 Universities; and 500 CSOs.
Organization development to create critical grassroots positioned to plan, consolidate and maintain the conversation as well as make it representative of local needs
Mainstreaming social action addressing HIV Criminalization and Modernization laws
Mainstreaming social action and gender expansive issues
HIV criminalization and modernization mainstreaming
Knowledge development and application
Community mobilization in form of community meetings at physical venues or social media platforms
Legal services in form of advocacy and litigation
Media engagement to promote responsible reporting and dialogue in the various media
Political advocacy to promote critical responsible engagement of leaders in addressing HIV-related and gender expansive issues
Public education will be used to promote critical thinking, knowledge sharing and development that is geared at causing communities to pushback against stigma and discrimination
Research and development will be an opportunity to create information, education and communication on barriers and enablers
Tracking and monitoring community activities, engagements and social change
This is our statement of belief