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Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice: What's Law Got to Do with It? Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice: What's Law Got to Do with It?

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Whats Law Got To Do with ItMarch 2016, 156 pages.

This collection from the Institue of Development Studies Sexuality, Poverty and Law programme offers multiple routes to sexuality and gender justice and numerous suggestions of what sexuality and gender justice could be in a plurality of contexts. It also suggests that there are many potential pitfalls and barriers to justice or progress.

From activists working with women in Assam’s tea gardens in India or young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender leaders in Vietnam, to lawyers fighting the Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda or the criminalisation of cross-dressing in Malaysia, to academics carefully re-reading Islamic Sharia or researchers assessing HIV prevention programmes in South Africa, the contributors to this collection have first-hand knowledge and experience of the complexities of gender, sexuality and social justice.

Laws on Homosexuality in African Nations Laws on Homosexuality in African Nations

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2014, 27 pages

The following publication summarizes the treatment of homosexuality in the criminal laws of forty-nine African nations. The provisions on criminal penalties only include penalties for acts involving adults, as all nations penalize sexual acts, whether homosexual or heterosexual, involving children. Of the jurisdictions surveyed, only South Africa affirmatively permits same-sex marriage.

lobal Resources Report: Government and Philanthropic Support for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Communities lobal Resources Report: Government and Philanthropic Support for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Communities

Date added: 10/06/2017
Date modified: 10/06/2017
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2013/2014, 92 pages

A publication in focus represents one of the most comprehensive report to date on the state of foundation and government funding for LGBTI issues. This frst-of-its-kind report captures data on 9,632 grants awarded by 415 foundations, intermediaries, and corporations and by 16 government and multilateral agencies over the two-year period of 2013-2014. It provides detailed data on the distribution of LGBTI funding by geography, issue, strategy, and population focus, offering a baseline for identifying trends, gaps, and opportunities in the rapidly changing landscape of LGBTI funding.

Love, hate and the law - decriminalizing homosexuality Love, hate and the law - decriminalizing homosexuality

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Date added: 06/11/2012
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Cover_of_Amnesty_Report_Love_Hate_and_the_LawIn this report from 2008, Amnesty International surveys legislation on LGBT matters worldwide and offers insight into criminalization of especially homosexuality.

In 76 countries homosexual acts are forbidden, and five countries still sentence homosexuals to death in 2008. The report includes an appendix on countries with death penalties for consensual same sex-relations.

Minorities Report 2017: attitudes to sexual and gender minorities around the world Minorities Report 2017: attitudes to sexual and gender minorities around the world

Date added: 11/01/2017
Date modified: 11/01/2017
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ILGA RIWI Global Attitudes Survey Viacom Logo SAGE Minorities Report 2017 336x150

2017, 74 pages

The ILGA-RIWI Global Attitudes Survey on Sexual, Gender and Sex Minorities, in partnership with Viacom, Logo and SAGE is a year-on-year survey to gather and assess credible data on public attitudes to particular issues related to sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics. Data included in this report shows that knowing someone in sexual and gender minorities’ communities has significant positive effect on attitudes towards them. Findings also demonstrate that a majority of people feel they can respect their religion and their culture and be accepting of sexual and gender diversity – evidence that strongly counters the discriminatory, and often dangerous messages, delivered by religious or political leaders.

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