Coalition of African Lesbians (CAL) CO-CREATING CONSCIOUS LEARNING CULTURES Botswana Country Conversations Report
The purpose of this conversation was to deepen discussion and analysis around KPRL, as well as strengthen understanding and knowledge of the question of organising, status of our learning and knowledge creation to elaborate on pertinent conversations around road mapping, solidarity and collaboration in our organizing cultures and how they can strengthen our work, critical thinking and generating ideas and solutions that work in the context of access to health in Botswana. The space offered activists to meeting and connecting platform and produce our own lessons learned throughout the KP REACH project and how we envision the use and sustainability of our knowledge. W ensured that it be a safe space to come together to share experiences and lived realities, learn from each other and explore creative and a collaborative way to represent ourselves.
The proposed outcomes were:
• To explore how national organising mechanisms have worked and how these look-the role of civil society
• To collectively identify ways of working, i.e. values and practices that can/ have strengthen our organizing;