This document is a joint submission to the UN IE SOGI in 2017 on language related to gender identity and expression.
Gender Identity and Human Rights
Gender Is Not An Illness presents the argument that the pathologization of trans people infringes international human rights law.
Today, GATE is very proud to release the publication Gender is not an illness. How pathologization violates human rights law. This paper was conceived and produced as a contribution to the ongoing process of depathologizing trans and gender diverse people through the reform of classification systems, legal frameworks and social attitudes. Read More »Press Release: Gender is not an illness
This publication is a two page summary of Gender Identity and Human Rights laws and violations globally, drawing on the Yogyakarta Principles definition of gender identity.