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New Trans Murder Monitoring Report for IDAHOT


TGEU’s Transrespect versus Transphobia (TVT) will publish a new Trans Murder Monitoring IDAHOT report two weeks before May 17 to enable NGOs, institutions and the media to use our data in their actions and publications. The Trans Murder Monitoring (TMM) project systematically monitors, collects and analyses reports of homicides of trans people worldwide and therefore provides essential information in advocating for …

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More news coming in from around the IDAHOT world!

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With only two months to go until IDAHOT 2015, organizations and groups around the world are getting closer to finalizing their plans for action on and around May 17. With the global theme ‘LGBTI Youth’, many major international and regional youth and students networks and trade unions have now confirmed that they are inviting their members to mobilise on the IDAHOT, so the …

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Football vs. Homophobia announces IDAHOT Grants

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Football vs. Homophobia makes 10 grants available worth 400 Euros each Football v Homophobia and the Fare Network are providing a small grants programme for the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia (IDAHOT).  The small grants are for grass roots clubs, fans’ groups and organisations wishing to undertake actions to tackle discrimination against LGBT people in football on or …

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News coming in from around the world on IDAHOT 2015 plans

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As the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia draws nearer, across the globe plans for action are becoming more concrete. Although many organisations cannot publicly communicate on them for security reasons, we hope that the few snapshots below, which are a selection of some of the more “unusual” actions we have heard of, will give a nice flavour of …

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Transgender Day of Visibility – Celebrating visible progress


Although the fight for justice and equality for Trans individuals is still in its early stages, much progress has been made since last Transgender Day of Visibility (TdoV). Today, we recognise some of the wonderful work being done by trans advocates and their allies – and the amazing changes being seen all across the world. In Europe, 17  countries signed a letter of …

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