Noticias

1 de junio | 2016

By José Luis Maldonado Manzaneda. At the government palace on the morning of Saturday, 21 May, Bolivia enacted the Gender Identity Law which allows trans men and women in Bolivia to have their self-perceived gender identity legally recognized

Por: José Luis Maldonado Manzaneda

20 de septiembre | 2013

La familia, la escuela y los centros de salud son lugares donde se vulnera de forma sistemática los derechos de las personas trans, incluso desde su infancia. El Consejo para Prevenir y Eliminar la Discriminación de la Ciudad de México invitó a expertos en el tema para encontrar las mejores formas de garantizar la protección de los derechos durante la infancia de las personas trans.

Por: Andoni Bello Lanestosa

10 de diciembre | 2012

The new report "The night is another country: Violence and impunity against transgender women human rights defenders in Latin America" lauched today by REDLACTRANS and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance analyses the testimonies of transgender women human rights defenders and HIV activists in different Latin American countries, with a particular focus on Guatemala and Honduras.

Por: Javier Hourcade Bellocq

17 de mayo | 2012

On 17 May 2012, via an online press conference, REDLACTRANS, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and UNAIDS launched a collection of case studies of experiences and lessons learned from transgender people organizations in six countries in the region. This collection consists of a compilation of information about transgender people and HIV, followed by a summary of the information available on this issue.

Por: Javier Hourcade Bellocq