Our work is not always captured in the moment, recognising the need to respect confidentiality and anonymity when needed. We continuously learn, unlearn and relearn how to create safe spaces for learning, connecting and stimulating change. Informed consent is important to us, and we are grateful for those that have been willing to show their participation in our engagements. Our rapport is founded on not performing poverty or struggle, nor entertaining identity politics or harmful narratives. These are highlights of our passion to serve.
Starling Collective’s Queer Healing Project: Participatory Toolkit Development in Francistown
Starling Collective’s Queer Healing Project: Self and Community Validation and Toolkit Piloting