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.
AIDS 2020 resources for trans, gender diverse & intersex communities, linking to key information and updates on trans-specific events.
Resources for trans, gender diverse & intersex communities, linking to key guidelines and updates from UN bodies
Human Rights Day calls us to renew our commitment to human rights globally. Ten years ago, GATE was formed to respond to that call. Today, GATE is proud to announce the formation of a permanent International Advisory Board to oversee GATE’s work.
On December 1st we commemorate World AIDS Day, to raise awareness around HIV and to remember and honor those who have died of AIDS-related illnesses. The theme for this year is Communities Make The Difference.
GATE is opening a call for applications to participate in our International Working Group on Trans and Gender Diverse Depathologization – TGDepath.
GATE invites all intersex, trans and gender diverse activists around the globe to contribute to our Strategic Plan for 2020-2025. Help us to strengthen our ability to better support our communities and issues globally by responding to our survey.
At the IAS 2019 Conference, one of the most disingenuous panels was the session titled “Perspectives of transgender women on HIV prevention and care”, featuring the voice of only one trans woman.