The V Conference of ILGA-LAC was held in Curitiba, Brazil, from January 26th to 30th, 2010.
> Read these information in “Around the World – regional highlights”
Also at the regional levels
> Latin American Center on Sexuality and Human Rights (CLAM) website (information in Eng / Port / Spa)
> Ciudadania SX (only in Spanish)
> Conectas Human Rights (information in Eng / Port / Spa)
> Observatorio de Género y Equidad (only in Spanish)
> CFEMEA (information in Port / Eng)
> Revista de Saúde Sexual e Reprodutiva de Ipas Brasil (only in Portuguese)
> Council for Global Equality
> Portal Lambda Moçambique (only in Portuguese)
> CEE Bulletin on Sexual and Reproductive Rights No 02 (81) 2010 (only in English)
> News and Views (Women Living Under Muslim Laws)
The abortion front lines
- Brazil: Catholic church attacks the 3rd. edition of the National Plan on Human Rights launched in December, 2009. Read more (only in Portuguese).
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We also highlight the Stop Trans Pathologization – 2012 campaign (STP2012) that advocates for the despathologization of the trans identities (transexual and transgender) and their retirement from the manuals of disorders (the DSM from the American Psychiatric Association, which’s newly revised version is due in 2012, and the CIE from the World Health Organization, due in 2014). The main action of the STP2012 campaign is the simultaneous demonstration, in various cities around the world, every October since 2007. This next October 17th a manifestation will be held against trans pathologization in different parts of the world. The participants of the Latin American Dialogue on Sexuality and Geopolitics, held in August 24-26, 2009 in Rio de Janeiro/Brazil, have decided to join the Stop Trans Pathologization – 2012 campaign worldwide. A statement is being prepared that will be soon posted in SPW website and disseminated worldwide.
UN General Assembly
– New UN Gender Architecture
UN Human Rights Council
– “Traditional Values” resolution
PS: Unfortunately the final text of the Russian Resolution hasn’t been available at the Human Rights Council website yet.
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