GATE’s paper stresses the role that States play in ensuring trans and gender diverse youth’s access to bodily autonomy, gender-affirming healthcare and legal gender recognition.
GATE invited participants from five different countries of Asia to share their experiences and projects on intersex matters, discussing the trajectories of intersex-led movements in the Global South.
This year there will be three health-related United Nations (UN) High-level meetings (HLMs) focused on tuberculosis (TB), pandemic preparedness prevention and response (PPPR), and universal health coverage (UHC).
GATE collaborated with STOPAIDS, Results UK, WACI Health, Kampala Initiative, INPUD, GNP+, and ICW on a joint briefing – Anti-Oppression and Health Equality – which addresses discrimination, punitive laws, and other social determinants of health.
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.
The Smart Guide summarizes and discusses WHO guidelines’ key recommendations for HIV, viral hepatitis and STIs for trans and gender diverse people and can be used as a tool when advocating for rights-based services.
The Strengthening Communities’ Engagement in Global Fund Grant Cycle 7 workshop aimed to enhance the capacities of Key Population communities to effectively engage in GC7 funding cycle processes and support the implementation of GF Strategy 2023-2028.