Together for Women’s Rights is a grassroots group of lesbian and bisexual women, transgender people, intersex people and sex workers in Burundi, fighting for recognition of their human rights and increasing access to health, education and means of securing their livelihoods. Formed in 2010, they have developed creative interventions to addressing pressing problems such as discrimination, exclusion in education, family rejection, forced marriage, interpersonal violence, and imprisonment and state violence. In the area of family engagement, they regularly intervene in instances where LBTI people have been kicked out of their homes, organizing paces for educating families and working with supportive families to share their experiences. They use the collective LGBTQ movement community space, the Remuruka Center, to build and deepen community through arts and cultural activities, theater, culinary workshops and film screenings. They are currently working on an advocacy campaign to promote visibility and incorporate the needs of LBTI communities in the agendas of Burundi’s national health and human rights programs and respective civil society sectors.