Success Capital Organisation
A grassroots LGBTIQ+ youth led, managed and serving organisation operating from Tlokweng, in the outskirts of Gaborone, Botswana.
WE ARE:
Unequivocally African
Unapologetically Queer
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Success
Capital

A grassroots LGBTIQ+ youth led, managed and serving organisation operating from Tlokweng, in the outskirts of Gaborone, Botswana.

WE ARE
Unapologetically Queer
Unequivocally African

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.

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FoAA Project - Lessons Learned
We convened for a dialogue, debate and simulation for understanding Freedom of Association and Assembly within our context.
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Dumiso - AQYI interview - Uncut
On the margins of the first ever AGM for AQYI, Ifeatu Nnaobi directed one of the best interviews to date of the founder of Success Capital Organisation.
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Queer Awakening: Unheard Stories of LGBTIQ+ youth
LGBTIQ+ youth remain systematically excluded, marginalised and discriminated in development, human rights and society in Africa. Inequalities in health and gender can be addressed by connecting the dots to global challenges against multilateralism, choice and globalisation.
Amnesty Next Strategy Webinar
Amnesty Next Strategy Webinar
Dumi's remarks and engagement in the webinar series on Partnerships and Diversity.
Dumi speaking at AIGA 2019
Dumi speaking at AIGA 2019
Amnesty International General Assembly, over 60 collectives of country directors, chairs, youth delegates and [some instances] staff convening on Amnesty's work, its next strategy and the world.
Success Capital Radio Interview
Queer Awakening - Telling Our Stories on Radio 1 of 2
Insight into the lives of LGBTIQ+ youth in Botswana, public opinion and narratives around issues that affect them.
Success Capital Radio Interview
Queer Awakening - Telling Our Stories on Radio 2 of 2
Insight into the lives of LGBTIQ+ youth in Botswana, public opinion and narratives around issues that affect them.
Success Capital Radio Interview
Discussing Same-Sex within the context of Marriage
Gabz FM discussion with renowned singer and hosts, Samantha Mogwe & Swift
Success Capital Radio Interview
Gabz FM Governance Gender Summit UHAI CFCS
June 2019 #Goalkeepers18 taking over radio for the week. One of the interviews.
Philanthropy for SDGs
Philanthropy for SDGs
An intervention at a side event at the High Level Political Forum, July 2019.
2019 Global Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI)
2019 Global Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI)
Our intervention (sound better at approx. 1.28 mins - or follow: https://soundcloud.com/user508533255/mpi) at the High Level Political Forum launch event.
Nordic Region Side Event - Youth, Climate Action and Democracy
Nordic Region Side Event - Youth, Climate Action and Democracy
Our intervention on the need for multiple lens in ensuring inclusion of #youth in #climate! side event of the High Level Political Forum, July 2019. Thanks to CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation Goalkeepers Accelerator Programme. #HLPF #UN #SDGs #Youth #Goalkeepers18
Global Action Plan Consultation
Global Action Plan Consultation
Success Capital Organisation's intervention on changing narratives and inclusion of youth at a side event of the High Level Political Forum, July 2019. Thanks to CIVICUS' Goalkeepers Accelerator Programme. #HLPF #UN #SDGs #Youth #Goalkeepers18 #African #Health #SRHR #LGBTQ
Introduction Video - Success Capital NGO - Botswana
Introduction Video - Success Capital NGO - Botswana
Introduction of who we are, what we stand for and how we serve with some select highlights from in person convenings.
Self Love Convening
Self Love Convening (1)
Self Love Convening - 20 January 2018
Self Love Convening
Self Love Convening (2)
Self Love Convening - 20 January 2018
Behind The Scenes: Volunteer & Strategic Advisor
Behind The Scenes: Volunteer & Strategic Advisor
A look into the people that help make things happen at Success Capital.
GBV RoundUp
GBV RoundUp
Final gathering to close off comemorations on 16 Days Against Gender Based Violence.
Behind The Scenes: Volunteer & Strategic Advisor
Behind The Scenes: Health and Wellness, Northern Region Liaison
A look at the people behind the organisation.
Silent
Silent
An advocacy video on the silence that surrounds LGBTIQ+ bodies and experiences at the University of Botswana main campus. Pockets of encouragement remain evident through the under-resourced work of Success Capital. Tefo Kwape, Junior Coordinator & Officer-In-Charge.
I Am Black
I Am Black
Black Bodies and Experiences presenting thoughts on their Blackness and Black Consciousness by Tefo Kwape, Junior Coordinator & Officer-In-Charge.
Behind The Scenes: Volunteer & Strategic Advisor
Behind The Scenes: Founder
A look at the people behind the organisation.
RWI 2017 - Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights - Panelist Statements
RWI 2017 - Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights - Panelist Statements
The Rights Work Institute (RWI) 2017 is an initiative aimed at sharing multidisciplinary perspectives to human rights issues affecting young people.
RWI 2017 - Human Rights Session - Second Human Rights Key Note Address
RWI 2017 - Human Rights Session - Second Human Rights Key Note Address
The Rights Work Institute (RWI) 2017 is an initiative aimed at sharing multidisciplinary perspectives to human rights issues affecting young people.
RWI 2017 - SRHR - First Key Note Address
RWI 2017 - SRHR - First Key Note Address
The Rights Work Institute (RWI) 2017 is an initiative aimed at sharing multidisciplinary perspectives to human rights issues affecting young people.
RWI 2017 - SRHR - Second Key Note Address
RWI 2017 - SRHR - Second Key Note Address
The Rights Work Institute (RWI) 2017 is an initiative aimed at sharing multidisciplinary perspectives to human rights issues affecting young people.
RWI 2017 - Human Rights Session - Second Human Rights Key Note Address
RWI 2017 - Human Rights Session - Second Human Rights Key Note Address
The Rights Work Institute (RWI) 2017 is an initiative aimed at sharing multidisciplinary perspectives to human rights issues affecting young people.
RWI 2017 - SRHR Session - Closing Remarks
Human Rights Session - Closing Remarks
The Rights Work Institute (RWI) 2017 is an initiative aimed at sharing multidisciplinary perspectives to human rights issues affecting young people.
RWI 2017 - Human Rights Session - Panelist Statements 2 of 2
RWI 2017 - Human Rights Session - Panelist Statements 2 of 2
The Rights Work Institute (RWI) 2017 is an initiative aimed at sharing multidisciplinary perspectives to human rights issues affecting young people.
RWI 2017 - Trailer
RWI 2017 - Trailer
The Rights Work Institute (RWI) 2017 is an initiative aimed at sharing multidisciplinary perspectives to human rights issues affecting young people.
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News

LGBTIQ+ Media Training

LGBTIQ+ Media Training

Success Capital facilitated a training session for media professionals towards the end of 2019. Hosted by the British High Commission and Democracy Dialogues, whom won a grant for a project coined 'Being LGBT in Botswana'. Facilitating this session was important for...

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LGBTIQ+ Youth & COVID-19

LGBTIQ+ Youth & COVID-19

Download the report here. More insights here and a full domestic violence webinar here. A revised/updated version (addendum) will be uploaded soon. A brief review on staying home: Harm at Home [video width="1080" height="1080"...

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TI YAPO: Matshelo A Rona

A documentary portraying the experiences of LGBTQ+ youth in Botswana. Reflecting the layered, multifaceted and intersecting struggles, resilience and beauty of a community often unheard and at times, unseen. These...

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