Justine Hamupolo | Presidential Precinct Alumna
“I feel honored to be here because this is a historic place.” – Justine Hamupolo
Justine Hamupolo has over 7 years of experience working with youth, young women, and girls and the broader lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex people in supporting the capacity building, mobilization, and movement building of young people both in response to HIV/AIDS as well as human rights. Currently, Justine is a feminist, human rights and community activist volunteering at the Trans-diverse, Intersex, Androgynous Movement in Namibia (TIAMON), an organization that advocates for the rights, well-being, and re-affirmation of gender identity, gender expression and socio-economic development of trans women, trans men, and gender-nonconforming/androgynous persons in Namibia.
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