How do we do it?
Enza works to improve inclusion and enable access to social, health and justice services for the LGBTI community in South Africa, from an underlying human rights perspective. We conceptualise, fund-raise and implement programmes that typically include:
RESEARCH. We specialise in strategic research with a focus on LGBTI inclusion as well as access to social, justice and health-related services. We believe that research & dialogue is essential to understanding and addressing challenges facing the LGBTI community. We pride ourselves on our innovative, electronic tools and a research basis that is valid, reliable and useful.
DIALOGUE. Not only do we create safe spaces in our programmes for open discussions, we also participate in dialogues aimed at addressing the challenges facing the LGBTI movement.
ACCREDITED TRAINING. We develop SETA-accredited training courses that are tailored for different audiences in organisations across sectors, from government agencies to civil society to the private sector. Our programmes are offered online or face-to-face (or both) and are unit standards based and result in certificates of competence.
What's our intervention model?
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