The methodology of IAM, developed over the last 21 years, has become one the strongest tools to help faith communities to become more inclusive, on a practical level.
To achieve IAM’s mission statement, programmes have been developed to ensure that the process towards inclusive faith communities will be successful.
In the journey to understand LGBTI people resources have been developed to educate and raise awareness with regards to sexual orientation and gender identity.
Gender Based Violence
Arnold Motsau, a vital member of the IAM team, shares his story about the violence he has experienced as a gay man.
CIVIL MARRIAGES IN
SOUTH AFRICA SINCE 2006
- A group photo of the Mth Students and Facilitators attending the Diversity workshop, 7 & 8 March. — at Faculty of Theology Stellenbosch University. The workshop especially aims to empower church leaders to creatively engage with diversity pertaining to gender and sexuality.
- IAM Staff with Laurie Gaum (Centre for Christian Spirituality and iThemba Lam Internship students. — at Faculty of Theology Stellenbosch University.
- Students playing the Taxi game, linking with a different team member each time to discuss gender questions posed. — at Faculty of Theology Stellenbosch University.