In July 2022, GATE’s gender movement program officer participated in the conference “De-democratization, Gender + and Exclusion Policies in Europe“, in Seville, Spain. The conference… Read More »De-democratization, Gender+ and Exclusion Policies in Europe Conference
Processes of legal reform grounded in depathologization are being fiercely resisted by the anti-gender opposition. This paper intends to show that depathologizing gender identity through law is a valid and achievable goal.
For GATE, 2019 was a year marked by collaborative processes; we organized and co-organized, facilitated and participated in multiple trainings, workshops, meetings and conferences, as well as providing peer-to-peer mentorship, and we contributed to informing the work of donors supporting our movements.
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