This side event will share lessons learned and advocacy strategies for tackling discrimination and violence against trans communities, contributing to the promotion of trans rights at the Human Rights Council.
At the side event held in the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Erika felt overwhelmed and full of emotions!
Also, after 4 years waiting, GATE receives the United Nations ECOSOC special consultative status.
United Nations Trans Advocacy Week (UN TAW) is a collective project by non-governmental organizations, offering trans activists a platform to make their voices heard on a global scale and in international human rights spaces. It’s a chance to bring attention to the challenges and discrimination faced by trans and gender diverse people and to promote equality, acceptance, and understanding.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has released a video summary and update on the Consolidated guidelines on HIV for Key Populations.
Sign on to join GATE and MPact in calling on public health officials and government leaders to declare homophobia and transphobia a public health crisis.
GATE’s report The Impact of Regional and International Human Rights Mechanisms on Trans Rights: A Review discusses how different regional and international human rights mechanisms are dealing with gender identity-related issues.
GATE hosted a webinar series to discuss the trajectories of intersex-led movements in the Global South. This iteration is with activists from Asia Pacific.