“Youth engaged in advocacy for wider legal systems reform to not only create or change legislation for social justice, but also to ensure that such legislation is properly implemented across Africa.”

Nandini T. Lallmon

Nandini T. Lallmon

Nandini Tanya Lallmon is a social justice activist adopting a decolonial perspective on LGBTQIA+ rights. Appointed as African Youth Charter Hustler for Mauritius by the African Union Office of the Youth Envoy, she advocates for sustainable development at the intersection of human rights and technology. As Fellow at OutRight Action International, she advocates for LGBTQIA+ rights at the United Nations and harnesses the international law system to protect LGBTQIA+ people from religiously-motivated violence.

Through the #Reform53 campaign, she lobbies against discriminatory laws on behalf of the Commonwealth Youth Gender and Equality Network under the Royal Commonwealth Society. As Community Leader for Internet Health at Digital Grassroots, she seeks to empower minority groups to protect their rights to privacy and security in the virtual and physical worlds. She endeavors to explore partnerships between the public and private sector to create learning, dialogue and development spaces that are respectful, inclusive and transformative.

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