Every May 17, the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) is celebrated in commemoration of the World Health Organization (WHO) announcement in 1990 that… Read More »IDAHOT 2021 – Resist, Support and Heal Together
After a year of lockdowns and restrictions that have particularly affected trans and gender diverse communities across the world, we want to use Trans Day… Read More »Trans Day of Visiblity 2021 – A week of celebrating our communities
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.
Join us on 25 June at 2pm CEST (English) / 7pm CEST (Spanish) for UN Trans Advocacy Week webinar on advancing trans and gender diverse depathologization.
The right to truth is a key component of intersex people’s human rights. Read more about how you can support the intersex movement in our Right to Truth Briefing.
Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Day is held annually on 12th December. GATE invites you to share our campaign to raise awareness about the necessity of UHC particularly for trans, gender diverse and intersex communities.
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.
The Congregation for Catholic Education released a document titled “Male and Female He Created Them” that contains deeply problematic language on gender issues, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and children’s rights. Sign our Petition against this blatant reproduction of ignorance, fear and hate.
The ICD-11 is to be voted in at the 72nd World Health Assembly. After moving trans-related categories out of the Chapter on Mental Health, the next steps in the process include getting rid of the remaining pathologizing language and advancing towards legal depathologization and universal health coverage.