New research from AJWS, Astraea, GATE and GPP:
THE STATE OF INTERSEX ORGANIZING (2ND EDITION)
THE STATE OF TRANS ORGANIZING (2ND EDITION)
Across every region of the world, trans and intersex people face unacceptably high levels of violence and discrimination. Intersex and trans movements are fighting back, but their progress is hampered and their leaders risk burnout because they have very little funding. New research by American Jewish World Service, Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice and Global Action for Trans Equality shows that trans and intersex groups have very limited budgets, minimal staffing and pressing capacity building needs. The reports, containing data from 455 trans groups and 54 intersex groups in 107 countries around the world, are a call to action for civil society and philanthropy to step up our collective support.
Read the full reports in English, and executive summaries in Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.
WARSAW, POLAND: October 30-November 5
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN: November 6-7
AMSTERDAM & THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS: November 8-10
BERLIN, GERMANY: November 11-15
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The Intersex Human Rights Fund
A program of Astraea, supports organizations, projects and timely campaigns led by intersex activists working to ensure the human rights, bodily autonomy, physical integrity and self-determination of intersex people.