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Ecuador: Alternative report to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, March 2019

This alternative report – drafted in collaboration with CPM – Taller de Comunicación Mujer, Akahatá – Equipo de Trabajo en Sexualidades y Géneros, and the Sexual Rights Initiative (SRI) – highlights human rights violations and abuses experienced by cis, trans, heterosexual, lesbian, bisexual, and intersex women in Ecuador. The report was presented to the 74th session of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).

Ecuador: Alternative report to the UN Committee Against Torture, June 2019

This alternative report – drafted in collaboration with CPM – Taller de Comunicación Mujer, Centro de Apoyo y Protección Surkuna, Fundación Pakta, Akahatá – Equipo de Trabajo en Sexualidades y Géneros, and the Sexual Rights Initiative (SRI) – highlights human rights violations and abuses experienced by women and LGBTI persons in Ecuador. The report was presented to the 68th session of the UN Committee Against Torture (CAT).

Chile: Alternative report to the UN Human Rights Committee, July 2019

This alternative report – drafted in collaboration with Asociación OTD Chile – Organizando Trans Diversidades, Akahatá – Equipo de Trabajo en Sexualidades y Géneros, and the Sexual Rights Initiative (SRI) – highlights human rights violations and abuses experienced by trans persons in Chile. The report was presented to the 126th session of the UN Human Rights Committee (HRC).

Belize: Alternative report to the UN Human Rights Committee, September 2018

This alternative report – drafted in collaboration with United Belize Advocacy Movement (UNIBAM), Empower Yourself Belize Movement, and Akahatá – Equipo de Trabajo en Sexualidades y Géneros – highlights human rights violations and abuses experienced by LGBTI persons in Belize. The report was presented to the 124th session of the UN Human Rights Committee (HRC).

Argentina: Alternative report to the UN Committee on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights, July 2018

This alternative report – drafted in collaboration with Akahatá – Equipo de Trabajo en Sexualidades y Géneros, Red de Mujeres Trabajadores Sexuales de Latinoamérica y el Caribe (RETRASEX) – highlights human rights violations and abuses experienced by sexworkers in Argentina. The report was submitted to the 64th session of the UN Committee on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (CESCR).

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