Remebering our friends and loved ones who have gone to be with the angels
The Bisi Alimi Foundation and their Pan Africa Partners used the IDAHOBIT 2020 event to pay respect to LGBT activists across the continent who had died due to Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.
We are making a deliberate decision to keep this memorial on our website as rememberance of the price we have paid and are paying as a community striving for social acceptance across Africa
The Bisi Alimi Foundation advocates for the rights and dignity of LGBT people in Nigeria. Taking people from invisibility to visibility.
We research the perception Nigerians have about LGBT and the impact this perceptions have on the lives of LGBT people in Nigeria. These researches inform our fellowship programs that are developed to mainstream LGBT stories and realities through media and legal framework. We engage with businesses and work with them to domesticate their global diversity and inclusion policy in Nigeria, thereby creating a culture of acceptance, love and support.
Our research is driven with the desire to accelerate social acceptance for LGBT people in Nigeria. We use data to drive visiblity and inform policy that will impact on the lives of LGBT people.
To make change happens we believe it is our responsiblity to take change makers on a journey. Our training is focused on people that have the power to impact positivies on the lives of LGBT people.
To change hearts and minds, we have to take the people on a journey or empathy and solidairy. Our campaign is focused is focused on education, awareness and solidarity.
We strongly believe that businesses have a role to play in building a just and inclusive society that allows for equal participation and fairness.