GATE is an international advocacy organization working towards justice and equality for trans, gender diverse and intersex communities. Rooted in our movements, we work collaboratively with strategic partners at the global level to provide knowledge, resources and access to UN mechanisms and bodies. We give voice to and empower communities affected by issues of gender identity, sex characteristics and bodily diversity by creating critical knowledge, providing organizational resources and forging connections with UN bodies, networks and key organizations.
GATE envisions a world free from human rights violations based on gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics. Our strategy is to transform the landscape of global advocacy, knowledge creation and resource distribution through critical inclusion of trans, gender diverse and intersex movements at all levels of political, legal and socio-economic processes.
GATE believes in the emancipatory power of trans, gender diverse and intersex activists:
- We provide our communities with support, technical capacity and knowledge to enable them to politically mobilize on issues of gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics.
- We produce and share critical knowledge, advocate for increased and more accessible funding for community-led efforts, monitor key international processes and facilitate community activists’ engagement with these processes.
- We are committed to being fully accountable to our communities, to fighting for all forms of emancipation, justice and reparations, and to supporting activists’ development and wellbeing.
Founded by Mauro Cabral Grinspan and Justus Eisfeld, GATE has been working towards towards justice and equality for trans, gender diverse and intersex communities since 2009.
GATE works collaboratively with strategic partners to advocate and create opportunities for inclusion of our communities in global decision-making processes.
Anti-gender mobilizing and global response webinars
We are delighted to announce that GATE is organizing a series of webinars with global advocates working on anti-gender movements.
Statement on the UK Government’s decision to allow the continued abuse of trans and gender diverse people with ”conversion therapy”
The UK government has greenlit further exposure to cruel and damaging treatment to trans and gender diverse communities.
Research study: Transmasculine people and sexual health
GATE and Columbia University invite transmasculine people to take part in a research study about sexual health.
The success and challenges of Global Fund C19RM in meeting the needs of Key Populations
This Brief illustrates the extent of key populations’ support to participate in and influence Global Fund (GF) C19RMs in-country.
Trans Inclusion in HIV National Strategic Plans
These guides seek to address the exclusion gap by increasing the meaningful engagement of trans people in National Strategic Plan development.
Depathologizing Gender Identity Through Law
Processes of legal reform grounded in depathologization are being fiercely resisted by the anti-gender opposition. This paper intends to show that depathologizing gender identity through law is a valid and achievable goal.