Não há lugar para agendas anti-trans na ONU

Rejeitamos a cooptação do marco dos direitos humanos, particularmente a noção defendida pela Relatora Especial de que o cumprimento dos direitos das mulheres trans, por um lado, e das mulheres cis, por outro, é ou pode ser conflituoso e incompatível.

A call from Myanmar – a recall of Tunisia

On refinding your optimism as a revolutionary feminist

My name is Lola.
I am a feminist. 
I have never been to Myanmar.

Voices of Feminists, Women’s Rights, LGBTIQ+ and Trans-led Movements Must be at the Center of the Special Procedures Mechanism.

This statement was delivered by AWID on behalf of 9 civil society organizations, during the Annual Civil Society Meeting with Special Procedures on Friday 16 June 2023.

States Cannot Uphold Bodily Autonomy without Radical Transformation of the International Economic Order and Transformative Reparations

This joint statement was delivered by Action Canada for Population and Development on 21 June 2023, during the Interactive Dialogue with the Working Group on discrimination against women and girls at the 53rd session of the Human Rights Council.

Feminists Demand States and the UN Uphold the Right to Bodily Autonomy for All

This joint statement was delivered by Action Canada for Population and Development on 30 June 2023, during the annual full-day discussion on the human rights of women’s panel on gender-based violence against women and girls in public and political life at the 53rd session of the Human Rights Council.

There Is No Place for Anti-Trans Agendas in the UN

We reject the co-optation of the human rights framework that the fulfillment of the rights of trans women and cis women is or can be conflicting and incompatible.

Se não lutarmos juntes, vamos chorar juntes.

Estamos cansadas ​​de sermos reduzidas a estudos de caso e campos de pesquisa para acadêmicos e estatísticas para financiadores, em vez de sermos vistas como seres humanos que somos.

If we do not fight together, we will mourn together.

We are tired of being reduced to case studies and research fields for academics and statistics for funders, instead of being seen as the human beings we are.

It's not “sex-based” unless it's a one-night stand

While it is now widely understood that gender norms are socially constructed, gender theorists like Judith Butler have showed that the binary category of sex is in itself socially constructed too.

Resisting Homophobia in Ghana: a Queer & Feminist Strategy

On 17 May, the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), join AWID’s global feminist community in a live conversation with queer feminist activists from Ghana.