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Triangle Project is an LGBTI human rights organization, based in Cape Town and working throughout the Western Cape Province. It provides direct services to LGBTI people in the form of psycho-social and health services as well as providing platforms to develop community activism and outreach. It conducts research and provides a coordinated advocacy and policy development presence for LGBTI people and LGBTI human rights.
The organisation’s model of community engagement is anchored by Safe Spaces (hubs of community activism) providing innovative and community-driven advocacy and activism and increasing the reach of the organization.
The organisation seeks to protect and extend the rights of LGBTI people through our three programme areas. First, the Community Engagement and Empowerment Programme, second, our Health and Support Services Programme and third, the Research, Advocacy and Policy Programme. The three programmes work together to provide direct support, strengthen community organising and provide a coherent and consistent research and advocacy voice for LGBTI people in decision making.
- Hate Crimes. Know Your Rights. Raise Your Voice. (isiXhosa)
- Hate Crimes. Know Your Rights. Raise Your Voice. (English & Afrikaans)
- South Africa’s Position on LGBTI Rights at the UN Human Rights Council
- South Africa’s failure to defend the rights of LGBTI people demands action
- Submission to the Honorable Speaker Baleka Mbete: Objection to the Private Member’s Bill of Mrs. Cheryllyn Dudley, MP
- Request for extension of deadline: Comment ''Single human rights body''
- Media Release: Triangle Project applauds 10-year sentence for rape of lesbian woman
- Triangle Project comment on the matter of Shaun Westley and the Daily Voice
- Submission on National Health Insurance White Paper - December 2015
- Submission on National Action Plan on Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia & Related Intolerance
- Submission on the Green Paper on International Migration