The Africa Team is a team of pro- lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) activists with African citizenship, living in Africa. The Africa Team will have access to post on African Activist and will eventually rewrite and reshape the draft of the African LGBTI Manifesto. HERE
About Peter Okomesi
Peter Okomesi, a Ghanaian citizen, was born on 29th of May 1987 at Bekwai Ashanti. He attended Bekwai SDA Senior High School. Currently he attends the University of Ghana and is studing Political Science and Theatre Art. Peter is a club member of the National Commission for Civic Education. The club educates students and the public about human rights, equality and freedom. We speak against injustice and educate the local people about the constitution of Ghana. He also works with the Centre for Popular Education and Human Rights (CEPEHRG).
You can send Peter a Friend Request on Facebook. HERE
Centre for Popular Education and Human Rights, Ghana
Welcome to CEPEHRG!
The mission of CEPEHRG is to build a democratic and accountable organization and to strive for the attainment of equal and removal of all forms of discrimination in all aspect of the life for Ghana's marginalized groups, including young people, gay men, lesbians and bisexuals, transgender people, and to inform, counsel, educate and support people in matters relating to law and health and well-being. CEPEHRG believes that "sexual rights are human right".http://sites.google.com/site/cepehrg/
· Thanks to Centre for Popular Education and Human Rights, Ghana · Thanks to CEPEHRG, Ghana, sidebar · Thanks to African Activist, sidebar · Thanks to Amplifying Africa's LGBTI Voices · Thanks to National Commission for Civic Education, Ghana
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