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This webinar hosted by TechSoup’s Alphabet Soup LGBTQ+ Affinity Group spotlights organizations working globally to support LGBT+ individuals and refugees. Learn what global NGOs are doing to combat misinformation about the LGBT+ and to support those who need a safe space.
Pro Diversity Foundation
Chair of the Board
Safe Place International
Founder and Executive Director
The Dream Academy
Sociologist, media expert and activist. From 2011 to 2016 organiser and spoke person of Parada Równości (Equality Parade – Warsaw Pride). Chair of the Board of LGBT Business Forum from 2014 to 2016 and Secretary of the Board for Volunteers of Equality Foundation for 5 years till 2016. Founder and – for many years – Chair of the Board of Queer UW. Ex-lecturer at the University of Warsaw. Trainer, organiser of many conferences, workshops and parties. Trans person. Known as a super-organised person and house music fan.
An entrepreneur, writer, passionate activist, personal growth, and spiritual leader who is deeply committed to social change. Justin had a successful career in real estate that was always punctuated by social action and the support of underrepresented communities. He has spent the last 2 decades leading workshops and intensives with thought leaders like Debbie Ford and Alanis Morrisette. He also worked in India, Nepal, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Turkey, Mexico on LGBTQ+ transformational work focused on combating oppression and advocating for inclusion for over 3 years. The founding of Safe Place represented the coming together of his experience as a philanthropist, human potential leader, and passionate defender and supporter of marginalized communities.
Nyasha is a lesbian asylum seeker from Zimbabwe living in South Africa. She is a graduate of The Dream Academy and is now the Community Director for South Africa. Nyasha created, organized, and advocated on behalf of the Pachedu Collective, a group of over 50 African LGBTQIA+ asylum seekers in South Africa. She is also a mother, a partner, and an outspoken activist for her community.