Call for Expression of Interest: Baseline Survey

GALZ an Association of LGBTI people in Zimbabwe is pleased to announce the call for expression of interest…

Statement on International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia- IDAHOT.

17 May is International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia- IDAHOT. GALZ joins the rest of the world…

Ordaa! Vol 2 No.1

Here is the 1st issue of Ordaa! Vol 2 – a monthly newsletter for the LGBTI community. (‘Ordaa’…

“Zimbabwe @38”

GALZ Statement to mark Independence Day   18 April 2018   “Zimbabwe @38.”   Zimbabwe marks 38 years…

Trans* Day of Visibility (TDOV)

31 March was Trans* Day of Visibility (TDOV). We stand with our Trans* counterparts and celebrate their achievements and…

Ordaa! Newsletter Issue 4

Here is the 4th issue (vol 1) of Ordaa! – a monthly newsletter for the LGBTI community. (‘Ordaa’…

Ordaa! Newsletter Issue 3

Here is the 3rd issue (vol 1) of Ordaa! – a monthly newsletter for the LGBTI community. For those who…

GALZ Board Chair Receives Elizabeth Taylor Award

The 21st International AIDS Conference held in South Africa’s Durban opened on a high note. The opening session…

Notice of GALZ Annual General Meeting

The GALZ 2015 Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday 24th September 2016 in accordance with section 12…

We say No to violence, we condemn the conduct of the Police.

GALZ would like to express dismay and shock at the prevailing climate of violence, harassment and impunity in Zimbabwe. GALZ joins civil society and human rights organisations in calling for an end to the use of excessive force by the police who assaulted and arbitrarily arrested peaceful protesters on the 4th and 6th of July 2016.