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Transgender

Call for 2 Consultants – Belize / Peru

APPLICATIONS CLOSED
Global Action for Trans Equality (GATE) is leading a global project on strengthening peer-based and community led networks of trans populations. The aim is to build capacity and support regional and country-based constituencies to more effectively engage in, and contribute to the development, implementation and oversight of Global Fund grants and programs.
Application deadline: 5:00 pm (CET) September 28, 2018

AIDS 2018 – GATE Activities & Trans Networking Zone

The World AIDS Conference 2018 is being held in Amsterdam from 23-28 July, with pre-conferences on 21-22 July.
GATE is participating in several pre-conferences and numerous sessions during the main conference, as well as co-hosting the Trans Networking Zone with IRGT – A Network of Trans Women and HIV.

How to be an Ally Guides

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.

World Health Day 2018

Today, on World Health Day, we call upon world leaders to commit to advancing health for all by moving towards Universal Health Coverage (UHC), as pledged in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 2030 Agenda. This will ensure that everyone, everywhere can access quality health services without facing financial hardship. A commitment to Universal Health Coverage is a commitment to promoting inclusion and equality and ending human rights violations against trans, gender diverse and intersex people.

Gender is not an illness

Gender Is Not An Illness presents the argument that the pathologization of trans people infringes international human rights law.

Press Release: Gender is not an illness

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

Gender Identity and Human Rights (in 2 pages)

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.