Dismantling misconceptions about gender, gender identity, and the human rights of trans people Over the last years, we have seen important advances in recognising and advancing the human rights of trans people across Europe and globally. Several countries have started to review their policies and legislation for legal gender recognition, i.e. establishing procedures that enable trans […]
As vaccines are rolled out globally, testing remains a critical way to manage and monitor COVID-19 outbreaks.
GATE’s resources on Grant Proposal Writing include a Toolkit and an open-access online Training Course via Google Classroom. These resources will guide trans, gender diverse and intersex organizations to write effective grant proposals.
Ensure meaningful civil society involvement in the 2021 Global AIDS Monitoring process. Send to UNAIDS by 31 March 2021.
SDGs and trans communities Linking the SDGS to trans and gender diverse work The majority of trans and gender diverse activists and organizations devote an extensive amount of time and efforts in their daily schedules and work tasks to the thematic areas captured in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). However, they are not framing their work as such. […]
For GATE, 2019 was a year marked by collaborative processes; we organized and co-organized, facilitated and participated in multiple trainings, workshops, meetings and conferences, as well as providing peer-to-peer mentorship, and we contributed to informing the work of donors supporting our movements.
Modern antiretroviral therapy (ART) has improved the lives of people living with HIV (PLHIV) but currently requires daily adherence. We assessed prevalence and correlates of suboptimal adherence, and measured associations with self-reported health outcomes. Data were from web-based surveys of confirmed HIV+ adults on antiretroviral treatment within 25 countries during 2019
For Intersex Day of Remembrance, we call upon the international community to join intersex-led efforts to put an end to human rights violations in medical settings and to make the right to truth, justice and reparations a reality for intersex people everywhere.
Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters Journal invited GATE to write a guest blog on issues of reproductive justice and transphobia.
2018 has been a challenging year for many of us, but particularly for trans, gender diverse and intersex communities. GATE’s 2018 Annual Report highlights our responses to challenges as they arose. and demonstrates the power of collective action.