Our HIV/AIDS-related advocacy has focused on contributing to expanding trans participation in international HIV activism, as well as the inclusion of gender identity, gender expression and bodily diversity issues in the work of donors, official agencies and institutions, and international organizations working on HIV.
Our involvement in the International Human Rights system aims to end human rights violations based on gender identity, gender expression and bodily diversity issues, including those of criminalization, exclusion, violence, stigma and discrimination.
We are working to create a radical expansion of political organizing on gender identity, gender expression and bodily diversity issues at the local, national, regional and international levels so that activists can participate in all decision-making processes affecting their communities.
The ICD-10 is being revised & reformed, with the World Health Assembly to approve a new version (ICD-11) in May 2018. It’s 25 years since ICD-10 was approved, so this is a historic opportunity to remove the pathologization of trans identities.