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Universal Periodic Review: A Practical Guide for Civil Society Universal Periodic Review: A Practical Guide for Civil Society

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Date added: 03/05/2014
Date modified: 03/05/2014
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UPR guide2012, 20 pages

This is a very practical guide, published by the UN, on how an NGO can submit its complaints on breaches of human rights to the Universal Periodic Review. The Practical Guide for Civil Society is available both on line and as a CD ROM in English and French. As well, on line it is available in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.

Demanding credibility and sustaining activism. A guide to sexuality-based advocacy Demanding credibility and sustaining activism. A guide to sexuality-based advocacy

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Date added: 06/14/2012
Date modified: 02/27/2013
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demanding credibilityGlobal Rights collaborates with local partners to expand the understanding of sexuality-related violence and discrimination in human rights terms, as well as to respond to specific human rights cases.

This guide from 2008 provides case studies, showing how to strengthen human rights campaign efforts. It demonstrates how communities can be mobilized to respond to abuses and prevent additional suffering, and how people can bring strategic court cases to build a more solid legal foundation for the rights of LGBTI persons, while also creating alliances with other marginalized groups. The guide also includes a broad material resource list of reports in the LGBTI area

Women loving women in Africa and Asia Women loving women in Africa and Asia

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Date added: 06/11/2012
Date modified: 02/27/2013
Filesize: 5.47 MB
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This comprehensive report from 2011 (500 pages) is the result of the work of a group of women from Asia and Africa who came together to research into the conditions of women in same-sex relations in their countries.

The report examines LGBT cases from both Africa (Botswana), central Asia and Bangladesh. The purpose of the project is also that the researchers will produce more products, such as books, brochures, articles, films, or other audiovisual items, to continue the fight for sexual justice.

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