The Equality Hub is a non-governmental organization that was founded in 2017 by two women who have been actively volunteering and working with vulnerable and sexual minority populations. They were concerned with the discrimination and social injustices against female sexual minorities and decided to start this initiative with the aim of providing the following:
- A social space to convene and bond with female sexual minorities which enables conversations about issues and challenges they face, and find ways to mitigate them.
- The means and capacity to empower and strengthen female sexual minorities in various capacities.
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To campaign and promote activities directed at advancing the rights of female sexual minorities in Nigeria.
To build a society where female sexual minorities have equal rights and equal access to economic opportunities.
Transparent, vigilant, courageous, compassionate, accountable.
Female sexual minorities are at the core of our work. The Hub respects all differences and similarities between these groups and we work to emphasize the commonalities and celebrate differences.
What We Do
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