Bradley Fortuin is a social justice activist with over ten years of experience in program design and strategic management, focusing on developing, implementing, and strengthening LGBTIQ+-led movements. He has worked with several Civil Society Organisations in Botswana through the co-creation of intersectional advocacy initiatives. His strengths include project management and applying social justice understanding and technologies to complement his acquired professional and academic skills. His focus is on building and strengthening communities on human rights development as a guiding principle to enable active participation of queer-led movements in socioeconomic, political, and systemic inclusion with a keen interest in the Global South.
He has a successful track record in supporting and creating several impactful accountability processes, including the successful registration of LEGABIBO and leading the #Repeal164 campaign, which contributed to the decriminalisation of consensual same-sex relations in Botswana. He co-founded and curated the first LGBTIQ+ human rights film festival – the Batho Ba Lorato Film Festival and the online queer photography platform Life | Loss | Love which is an alternative, reformative and revolutionary social justice movement.