Theorising Violence and Abuse within LGBTIQ+ Relationships


07. Juli 2022 12:00 – 07. Juli 2022 13:30


This six-event series, themed: “Scholarly and Activist Perspectives on LGBTIQ+ Lived Realities in Africa'' creates a monthly space for in-depth discussions on topics such as “queering coming out”, “colonial legacies of anti-LGBTIQ+ rights'', and “queering perspectives on power dynamics''. The discussion sessions will bring together legal scholars and scholars from the social and cultural sciences with renowned LGBTIQ+ activists from the continent. The panellists will shed light on the particular topics from their disciplinary and professional perspectives and engage in an interactive conversation with participants at the events.

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Dr. Justice Medzani (he/him), Centre for Sexualities, Aids, and Gender, University of Pretoria

Dr Muparamoto is a diversity and social inclusion analyst and advocate. Nelson works closely with marginalised communities in Zimbabwe in advocacy for social justice and social inclusion. Nelson’s key research areas are in sexualities and gender identity and expression. Nelson is a postdoctoral fellow at the Wits Centre for Diversity Studies, University of the Witwatersrand and a Lecturer in the Department of Demography, Settlement and Development at the University of Zimbabwe.


Dr. Nelson Muparamoto (he/him)


A collaboration of the Centre for Human Rights (CHR) and the Centre for Sexualities, AIDS, and Gender (CSA&G) at the University Pretoria, South Africa, and the Center for Gender Studies and Feminist Futures (CGS) and the Center for Conflict Studies (CCS) at the Philipps-University Marburg, Germany.