Success Capital is a proudly African and unapologetically LGBTIQ+ Youth led, managed and serving organisation that links grassroots experiences with global and regional mechanisms.
This is achieved through strengthening and safeguarding agency in the form of voice and visibility within human rights, sustainable development and the systemic frameworks that impede LGBTIQ+ Youth from thriving in socio-economically complex environments.
Success Capital’s work is centered on three pillars: a) participatory decolonized knowledge production, b) peer to peer systemic knowledge sharing and c) supporting variant forms of civic action and participation.
We are radical, we are bold and we will not be stopped.
Portraying the realities of grassroots activism. The top part, where there is some sunshine, reflects what most stakeholders see. The below, underground - are just some of the inherent drivers, influences and dynamics activists have to navigate. Separate from the...
Read a note on the World Movement for Democracy website and listen in to the podcast recorded. Download
Almost a year of 'following the money' and engaging in conversations with https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00t6J1Tnfmo The above video provides non-exhaustive observations of philanthropy from a grassroots perspective. Although somewhat simplified, it has helped create...
It's been a long journey getting insight of collecting data from across the country. Sharing some of these stories on national radio made it even more glaring why there is a need to have discussions on LGBTIQ+ people. No one likes to be vulnerable or share their...
APRM Workshop held in Gaborone, Botswana Introduction On the 10th of March 2020, a workshop organized by Botswana Council of Non-Governmental Organizations (BOCONGO) in partnership with The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) was held on the...
A brief on movements involved in disarming nuclear weapons: Disarming Nuclear Weapons More updates to be shared on this page.
Read the brief: IFFs in Botswana Read a follow up brief: Basics of IFFs More updates to be shared on this page.
"Political will might not lie in human rights or public health, as political leadership continues to change and evolve without a shift in ideology or approach to governance. The many democratic institutions and mechanisms we rely on today were built in eras that once...
Listen to our latest curated Poetry here More updates to follow!