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The Asia-Pacific Transgender Network advocates for a society that upholds, respects & protects the diversity, safety, equality & dignity of trans people.
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GATE Jun 24
At a session today from 10am Geneva time will present his Annual Report as Independent Expert on Protection from violence and discrimination based on Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity to . Watch it online:
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We Are APTN Jun 11
Call for Applications! ILGA World will be holding a Holistic security Workshop for LGBTI organisations, collectives and networks from Asia in August. Please submit your application by June 14. More details on how to apply at
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We Are APTN Jun 10
Applications are now open for the OHCHR LGBTI Fellowship 2019! Apply before June 28! Read more details about the fellowship at
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We Are APTN Jun 9
Get to know Chamindra, APTN's RSC Member and a Sri Lankan national. In this interview, she shares more about her experience in research, academia and gender politics. Read the interview on our site at
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We Are APTN Jun 5
Check out the new report released by ASEAN SOGIE Caucus on child rights and SOGIESC! Engaged in dialogues were LGBTIQ and child rights advocates and they created recommendations for collaborative actions.
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We Are APTN Jun 3
- Madame Phung shares her story of finding her community when she came out to her family as transgender in the 7th grade she received nothing but anger from family and friends.
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We Are APTN Jun 3
Self-care alone can't solve systemic issues. For that, you need community care. Let's talk about read more at
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We Are APTN Jun 3
Congratulations, Phylesha Brown-Acton on becoming a member of the NZ Order of Merit! She is being recognised for her continued dedication to bridge communities throughout the Pacific and raise the voice of tran communities. Read more at
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ICWAP@asiapacific Jun 2
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a day magazine May 23
a day 226 ฉบับ Gender ต้อนรับ Pride Month ด้วยเรื่องราวของผู้คนที่ใช้ชีวิตอย่างซื่อตรงต่อเพศสภาพ เพื่อยืนยันว่า เมื่อใดที่คุณสามารถใช้ชีวิตได้ตรงกับอัตลักษณ์ทางเพศ เมื่อนั้นคุณจะทรงพลังอย่างถึงที่สุดในทุกสิ่งที่คุณทำ พรีออร์เดอร์ได้ที่
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We Are APTN Jun 2
met Peruvian Congresswoman Indira Huilca, who helped to reform the gender recognition law in Peru.
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We Are APTN Jun 1
Congratulations to all of the amazing advocates working to decrease disparities surrounding gender! On the list of the World''s Most Influential from Apolitical is Bhumika Shrestha from Blue Diamond Society!
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We Are APTN Jun 1
- Sayoni, a support group for queer women, releases the first report into violence and discrimination facing lesbian, bisexual, trans and queer (LBTQ) women.
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We Are APTN May 31
Great 3-day meeting done with and ! Thank you for the participation of the Asian delegates from Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines and India.
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We Are APTN May 31
A beautiful series of Tahiti's Mahu community by artist Kehinde Wiley incorporates tribal patterns, bright colors, plants chosen by the models themselves as a form of “self-presentation.”
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We Are APTN May 30
Read about a man's journey in to redefine masculinity.
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We Are APTN May 30
A group photo of participants from Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean attending and 's Multi-regional Partners Dialogue on Integration of Transgender Persons in Global Fund Processes. 🇵🇪 Photo from
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DIVA for Equality May 28
On menstruation matters: 1) Many gender nonconforming people, trans masculine and trans men and intersex people have menstrual cycles and periods too. Be inclusive.
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We Are APTN May 27
Great to read GirlTalkHQ articles celebrating inspiring, impactful, empowering and extraordinary women! Highlighted in this article is Indian actress and activist Maya Jafer.
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We Are APTN May 24
Regional Trans Organisations released a statement about the ICD-11, which is about to be voted in at the World Health Assembly, after being completed last year by the WHO. Read more at
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