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.
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 IAS Conference 2019 is being held in Mexico City from 21-24 July, with the Community Forum from 20-21 July and the 4th LAC Platform Forum from 18-20 July. GATE will be attending all three events.
The inclusion of trans communities in the global HIV response is growing, and with it, a greater understanding of the necessity for differentiated service delivery, community-led services, and a holistic approach that integrates HIV and sexual health care with trans-related healthcare.
In an unprecedented effort, 16 defenders from 15 countries participated over the three weeks of the 41st Session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva from 24 June to 12 July – a historic landmark in trans and gender-diverse participation at UN level advocacy.
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.
Jack is a trans masculine activist and human rights researcher from Aotearoa (New Zealand). Jack’s trans activism has focused on the right to health, depathologisation, and legal gender recognition.
World Health Day is celebrated on April 7, and this year the theme is Universal Health Coverage (UHC). According to WHO: “UHC MEANS THAT ALL INDIVIDUALS AND… Read More »World Health Day 2019 – Universal Health Coverage