Les inscriptions à notre dialogue international en Inde sont toujours ouvertes

Les inscriptions à notre dialogue international sont toujours ouvertes. Le dialogue se déroulera à l’OP Jindal Global University à Delhi, en Inde, et constituera une occasion remarquable de réfléchir sur l’orientation sexuelle, l’identité ou l’identité de genre et les caractéristiques de sexe (OSIEGCS) en utilisant les outils du droit international, des litiges nationaux et des excuses/réparation.
Le thème du dialogue sera « Grandir en relevant le défi : documenter et analyser les meilleures pratiques pour faire avancer les droits humains reliés à l’orientation sexuelle, l’identité ou expression de genre et les caractéristiques sexuelles (OSIEGCS) en utilisant les outils du droit international, des litiges nationaux et des excuses/réparation ».
La date limite d’inscription est le 7 novembre

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Siguen abiertas las inscripciones para nuestro Diálogo Internacional

Siguen abiertas las inscripciones para nuestro Diálogo Internacional que se llevará a cabo en Delhi, India. El Diálogo será una oportunidad extraordinaria para reflexionar sobre las mejores prácticas para promover los derechos humanos relacionados con la orientación sexual, la identidad y expresión de género y las características sexuales (OSIEGCS) utilizando las herramientas de derecho internacional, litigio doméstico y disculpa / reparación.
El  tema del Diálogo será “Emergiendo a través del desafío: documentación y análisis de buenas prácticas para el avance de los derechos humanos relacionados con orientación sexual, identidad y expresión de género y características sexuales, utilizando las herramientas del derecho internacional, el litigio doméstico y de disculpa/reparación del daño”.
La fecha límite para registrarse es el 7 de noviembre.

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Registrations for our International Dialogue in India are now open!

Registrations for our International Dialogue to be held in India are now open. The Dialogue theme is “Rising Through the Challenge: documenting and analysing best practices for advancing human rights related to sexual orientation, gender identity or expression and sex characteristics (SOGIESC) using the tools of international law, domestic litigation, and apology/reparation.”
The Dialogue will be a remarkable opportunity to reflect on best practices for advancing human rights related to SOGIESC. By having cross-regional conversations, we hope to trigger ideas, incite imaginations and take forward the global struggle for dignity and rights for those discriminated against on grounds of SOGIESC.

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New deadline! International Dialogue: #SaveTheDate and call for submissions

It is a pleasure for us to announce our next International Dialogue to be held in Delhi, India, from 9-12 December, 2019. The Dialogue theme will be “Rising Through the Challenge: documenting and analysing best practices for advancing human rights related to sexual orientation, gender identity or expression and sex characteristics (SOGIESC) using the tools of international law, domestic litigation, and apology/reparation”.
This first call serves as a “Save the Date” for everyone, and a specific invitation to all those who have experience in apology/reparation, international law and/or domestic litigation to submit here a brief proposal (100 word overview) regarding their best practice experience relating to any of the themes above.

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UN renews crucial mandate for protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity

In a defining vote, the United Nations Human Rights Council adopted a resolution to renew the mandate of the Independent Expert focusing on the protection against violence and discrimination on the basis of  sexual orientation and gender identity.
The resolution was adopted by a vote of 27 in favor, with 7 voting against and 12 abstentions.
The campaign calling on the Council to renew the mandate of the UN Independent Expert on SOGI was supported by 1,312 non-governmental organizations from 174 States and territories.
“This is another historic victory, not only for communities of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities, but for humanity as a whole.”

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