Resources

Family & Traditional values

Fact sheets on family and traditional values (from our seminars on Family and Traditional Values – click here for more information)

Religious Dialogue partners

The Hearts Set on Pilgrimage curriculum is designed to take Christian LGBTIQ people of faith through a process of integrating their spirituality and sexuality, finding solid ground to stand on in their faith tradition, and explore what it means to be in dialogue with religious leaders.

It is free to use, but we would like to engage in discussion about the process and methodology so what is available for download here is a sample. If you do want to use it after reviewing it, please get in touch with Pierre here to discuss it and get the full resource.

We are also interested in engaging with groups or individuals who would like to investigate adapting this curriculum for use in other or multiple faith traditions.

General

7731319725421The importance of embodied experiences: To consider the embodied experiences of people of all sexes, sexual orientations and gender identities and expressions (now and in history) in all debates and policies regarding their lives, human rights and dignity. (read the entire article published by Group 2 after our 2014 Johannesburg conference – Our ways of knowing and dialoguing – Theologies and Religious Wisdoms)

Report of the Interfaith Preconference of the ILGA-World 2012 (PDF)

Report of the Interfaith Preconference of the ILGA-World 2016 (PDF)

Report of the GIN General Members Meeting 2016 (PDF)

Member research

We are working on collating and sorting a range of resources to share with members. In the meantime here are some:

Christian Homophobia: Four Theological Discourses – Michael Brinkschroeder

It’s Complicated: Socio-Cultural Factors and the Disclosure Decision of Transgenders in Pakistan – Abubakr Saeed, Usman Mughal & Shaista Farooq