The African Human Rights Media Network [AHRMN] is a network of media personalities, activists and groups using the media to advocate for the rights of minority groups in Africa.
The network publishes and distributes news articles, features and commentaries about Africa that educate people about the struggles of minorities, including LGBTI communities, for recognition of their human rights.
RightsAfrica.com is the central website for the network. Member organizations contribute articles and other media to RightsAfrica.com and receive a wealth of articles from RightsAfrica.com in return.
Founding members of the network are the Nigeria-based NoStringsNG website (NoStringsNG.com) and the U.S.-based Erasing 76 Crimes blog (76crimes.com). Founding sponsor is the U.S.-based St. Paul’s Foundation for International Reconciliation (saintpaulsfoundation.org).
The network’s vision is a world where all people are treated with respect and dignity and are guaranteed all human rights, without discrimination, stigma, harassment or repression on the basis of the sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other status.