This session explores how we can come to understand the important interface between the urban environment and the health needs of LGBT groups.
Based on the experiences of researchers and LGBT organisations in Cape Town, this session looks at: the various ways in which urban space can be read as heteronormative; the opportunities LGBT groups can have to overcome and challenge such heteronormativity; and the impact such dynamics have on addressing health needs for LGBT groups in the city.
Ben Brown (Project Manager, Global Programmes of Anova Health Institute)
Neil R. Hassan (Junior Research Fellow African Centre for Cities)
Robert Hamblin (Artist, Founder member of Gender DynamiX)
Roché Kester (Media Liaison for The Congress Of The People)
Dr Andrew Tucker (Acting Director African Centre for Cities)
All events are free. No Zeitz MOCAA admittance fee is required.
Booking is essential. Please bring your Eventbrite ticket to confirm your registration.