A new report published today (May 29th 2019) by the HIV Justice Network on behalf of HIV JUSTICE WORLDWIDE provides clear evidence that the growing, global movement against HIV criminalisation has resulted in more advocacy successes than ever before. However, the number…
The ICJ has opened a call for written submissions on the misuse of criminal law in the areas of sexuality, reproduction, drug use and HIV. In 2016 the UN Secretary General called for the removal of punitive laws, policies and…
Bangkok — On the anniversary of the murder of two LGBTI activists by extremists in Bangladesh, participants at a global Conference on the Yogyakarta Principles on the application of international human rights law in relation to sexual orientation and gender identity reaffirmed…
Bangkok, Thailand – Public health responses that are inclusive of all segments of society, particularly the most vulnerable populations, are crucial to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
This was one of the key messages coming out of the 2017 Prince Mahidol Award Conference, a global public health gathering held from 29 January – 3 February 2017 in Bangkok, Thailand.
About the PublicationFollowing the landmark Supreme Court Judgment in 2014 recognizing transgenders as a third gender, this publication examines progress by Transgender Welfare Boards in ensuring social protection and livelihoods for the transgender community.Read the publication here.
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