GATE joins the international community to demand an end to all forms of female and intersex genital mutilation!
GATE invites you to our upcoming virtual trainings and conversations on poverty and health and on resisting the anti-trans opposition. Join us in building collective knowledge, strategies and actions.
This year we commemorate World AIDS Day in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the devastation caused by the ongoing pandemic, we call on global policymakers and donors to not lose sight of their goal to end the HIV epidemic, which is entering its fifth decade and continues to disproportionately devastate our communities.
В день памяти транс-людей (TDoR), 20 ноября, мы вспоминаем и чтим транс* и гендерно-вариативных людей, чьи жизни отняли у нас.
On Trans Day of Remembrance (TDoR), 20 November, we remember and honour trans and gender-diverse people whose lives were taken away from us.
A year ago, trans depathologization made a decisive step forward when the World Health Assembly confirmed what we always knew: being trans is not a pathology. We also knew that, decisive as it was, that step was far away from the end goal.
On World Mental Health Day, GATE joins the international call for universal access to mental healthcare and its coverage, to dismantle all human rights violations in psycho-medical institutions, and to ensure access to rehabilitation, truth and reparations to victims of such violations.
TDoR honors the lives of trans and gender diverse people who died worldwide. By remembering them we not only acknowledge the persistence of hatred against us, but also our unwavering commitment to dismantle it.
The HIV epidemic is far from over and the relevance, leadership and guidance of UNAIDS is ever more critical. ICASO and GATE recognize that a strong and effective UNAIDS is needed to ensure that HIV continues to be a global development priority and that sufficient resources are allocated to end the epidemic.
At the IAS 2019 Conference, one of the most disingenuous panels was the session titled “Perspectives of transgender women on HIV prevention and care”, featuring the voice of only one trans woman.