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Iranti works with rural and urban populations in South Africa and the region as part of its engagement with civil society at different levels.
As a Queer Visual Media Non-Governmental Organisation seeks to document the lives of Queer Africans and Africa-based persons with the intention of building visual narrative evidence, creating awareness and influencing the making of policies and laws that advance Human Rights across South Africa and beyond.
Since 2011, he has been producing a series of photographic works and advocacy tools with Leigh Davids, a trans sex-work activist of The Sistaaz Hood support group at the sex-work rights-organisation SWEAT.
His commitment to these subjects was invoked at a time when he transitioned from female to male and was a founding member of trans-rights organisation Gender Dynami X.
Robert Hamblin is the Iranti board deputy chairperson. His fine-art work is concerned with issues of masculinity and transgender activism.
A narrative that he continues to explore is that of the complexities around sex work in South Africa, in particular trans-femme sex work.
Through such multi-media approaches documents issues related to gender and gender identification; sexuality and sexual orientation within varied contexts in South Africa and on the continent.
Most importantly seeks to find local vernaculars that tell the stories of vulnerable persons simultaneously alongside and outside International Human Rights universalisms.
Through the intervention of Iranti and allied organizations, South Africa’s Deputy President, Kgalema Mothlante and his Director-General have agreed to call a meeting of director generals nationally to discuss sexual orientation and hate crimes within government programmes.
On the 18th July 2012 in collaboration with FEW, other national LGBTI groups and individual activists mobilized a national protest against the government’s silence on hate crimes and violence against LGBTI persons.
Dubbed 67 Minutes of Shame this protest was framed within the 67 minutes devoted to acts of goodwill in honour of Nelson Mandela as South Africa’s freedom and equality icon.
Iranti is a queer human rights visual media organization based in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Iranti works within a human rights framework as its foundational platform for raising issues on Gender, Identities and Sexuality.