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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.
GATE is opening a call for applications to participate in our International Working Group on Trans and Gender Diverse Depathologization – TGDepath.
The need for a World Day of Social Justice highlights that, all around the world, social injustice is the rule, not the exception. Supporting community-led organizing and political mobilization is an urgent matter of social justice.
ATE joins the voices of trans and sex worker organization and activists around the world calling for the urgent decriminalization of sex work and an end to legal oppression, equal protection from law enforcement and criminal justice systems, and end to the use of condoms as ‘evidence’ of sex work, as this prevents the practice of safe sex, and equal access to rights-based health and social services for sex workers.
Akahatá, GATE, ILGA World and TGEU have brought together 50 intersex, trans and gender diverse activists from around the world to Buenos Aires, Argentina for the 25th WPATH Symposium from 2-6 November 2018. We will be sharing information during the WPATH Symposium about our engagement and actions, so please follow GATE’s social media for updates.
In 2018, trans and gender diverse activists will come together twice in the space of 1 month to commemorate Transgender Day of Remembrance (November 20) and to call for another International Day of Action for Trans Depathologization (October 21). This concurrence speaks loudly and clearly about the past, present and future of our communities and movements.
For International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), GATE created two resources, one on “How to be an ally to the intersex community”, the other on “How to be an ally to the trans and gender diverse community. This resource is available in Spanish and English, and we created an accessible version also, for those who cannot read the graphic easily. Está disponible en español e inglés.