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Violation of transgender people’s rights in Russia: research results Violation of transgender people’s rights in Russia: research results

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2016, 92 pages.

A 2016 research conducted by Russian Transgender Legal Defense Project is closely focused on the situation that transgender people in Russia have to face because of the impossibility or difficulty in quickly obtaining legal gender recognition. The aim of this research was to elucidate the scale and details of this problem and to propose recommendations as to its possible solutions. Within the framework of the research, the cases of violation of transgender people’s rights from 2011 till present are collected, focusing mainly on situations of conflict and discrimination caused by the discrepancy between transgender people’s appearance and gender identity and their legal ID.

Transrespect versus Transphobia Worldwide Transrespect versus Transphobia Worldwide

Date added: 05/19/2014
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TransrespectNovember 2012, 124 pages

This publication is a comparative review of the Human-rights situation of gender-variant/trans people, and is part of a larger project.

"Transrespect versus Transphobia Worldwide" (TvT) is a comparative, ongoing qualitative-quantitative research project conducted by Transgender Europe. The project provides an overview of the human rights situation of trans persons in different parts of the world and develops useful data and advocacy tools for international institutions, human rights organizations, the trans movement and the general public.


Transgender Health and Human Rights Transgender Health and Human Rights

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Trans healt and human rightsDecember 2013, 36 pages

This discussion paper aims to increase understanding of the human rights issues that trans people face, and the priority actions required to secure trans people’s right to dignity, equality, health and security. It focuses predominantly on the rights to health, to legal gender recognition and to freedom from violence and discrimination. Trans people have consistently identifi ed these rights as key priorities. Traversing these issues is essential to addressing the underlying structural factors that marginalize trans people, negatively impact their health and exclude them from the benefi ts of development.

This paper was written for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) to inform its work, and that of other UN agencies, including with local trans communities. It draws on the experiences of trans people around the world, and suggests practical actions that UN staff can take to be more inclusive of trans people, both in daily interactions and in their broader work, particularly in the areas of health, HIV, the rule of law and development.

Transforming Health Transforming Health

Date added: 02/26/2013
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transforming healthTrans people worldwide experience substantial health disparities and barriers to appropriate health care services that keep them from achieving the highest possible health status.

This report from 2013 presents 16 case studies submitted by organizations from nearly a dozen countries.Together, the case studies form the basis for a set of themes that describe major areas of focus for local, national, and international trans health work and help frame recommendations for the future.

Trans Legal Mapping Report: Recognition Before the Law Trans Legal Mapping Report: Recognition Before the Law

Date added: 10/05/2017
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trans law

2016, 69 pages.

A 2016 report published by ILGA emoloys a global perspective on laws and legislation that concern and govern trans people around the world. It covers laws and legal procedures for trans and gender-diverse people to change their identity markers on official documents, as well as the conditions that allow for these processes to take place.

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