GATE is offering financial assistance to trans, gender diverse, and intersex-led (TGDI) organizations, to cover the fees associated with writing reports for submission to UN human rights mechanisms
Examining the impact of anti-gender opposition on the health rights of trans and gender diverse people
The session will illustrate the current anti-rights atmosphere and demonstrate how the anti-gender movement links inextricably to restrictions to healthcare access for trans and gender diverse people. Panelists will showcase how the growing anti-gender movement affects the response to HIV, harm reduction, and sexual and reproductive rights services overall.
Levan Berianidze, GATE’s Gender Movement Program Officer, gives an indepth opinion on how to counter anti-western strategies against LGBTQI rights.
On June 15, 170 organizations from around the world, led by Ugandan human rights activists, wrote to World Bank President Ajay Banga with the urgent request to pause current and future grants and loans, until Uganda’s deadly anti-LGBTQ+ bill is repealed.
GATE’s paper stresses the role that States play in ensuring trans and gender diverse youth’s access to bodily autonomy, gender-affirming healthcare and legal gender recognition.
GATE invited participants from five different countries of Asia to share their experiences and projects on intersex matters, discussing the trajectories of intersex-led movements in the Global South.
After UN Trans Advocacy Week (UN TAW) 2023, which took place from 18 to 24 June 2023, GATE asked two delegates about their personal perspectives and highlights of UN TAW 2023.
Read Andreo Gustavo and Douglas da Silva’s answers to three questions below.