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  • “Don’t Punish Me for Who I Am” Systemic Discrimination Against Transgender Women in Lebanon

    Human Rights Watch • 2019

    This report focuses on the systemic discrimination that transgender women experience in Lebanon. It is based on 50 interviews with Lebanese trans women as well as trans refugees and asylum seekers from other Arab countries, all of whom reside in Lebanon. This discrimination amounts to structural violence, which refers to the systematic ways by which the combination of the legal, economic, political and medical institutions in Lebanon harm transgender individuals by preventing them from meeting their basic needs and achieving their full potential. As this report highlights, from navigating employment exclusion to developing safe networks and alliances for survival, trans women are agents and leaders of their own lives, not voiceless victims.
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  • “You Pray for Death” Trafficking of Women and Girls in Nigeria

    Human Rights Watch • 2019

  • #DigitalRespect4Her Factsheet

    European Commission • 2019

  • A ‘How To’ Guide To Measuring Women’s Empowerment: Sharing experience from Oxfam’s impact evaluations

    Oxfam • 2017

  • A Call for Justice. A time for Change. Addressing caste and gender based violence against Dalit women and girls in India

    Sisters For Change • 2018

  • A Call to Action: Insights into the Status of Funding for Indigenous Women’s Groups

    International Indigenous Women's Forum, International Funders for Indigenous People and AWID • 2016

  • A Commonwealth Toolkit For Policy Progress On LGBT Citizens’ Rights Factsheet

    The Royal Commonwealth Society and Kaleidoscope Trust • 2016

  • A Commonwealth Toolkit For Policy Progress On LGBT Rights

    The Royal Commonwealth Society and Kaleidoscope Trust • 2016

  • A contemporary view of ‘family’ in international human rights law and implications for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

    UN Women • 2017

  • A Critical Appraisal of Laws Relating to Sexual Offences in Bangladesh

    IDLO, UNDP • 2015

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“Don’t Punish Me for Who I Am” Systemic Discrimination Against Transgender Women in Lebanon

This report focuses on the systemic discrimination that transgender women experience in Lebanon. It is based on 50 interviews with Lebanese trans women as well as trans refugees and asylum seekers from other Arab countries, all of whom reside in Lebanon. This discrimination amounts to structural violence, which refers to the systematic ways by which the combination of the legal, economic, political and medical institutions in Lebanon harm transgender individuals by preventing them from meeting their basic needs and achieving their full potential. As this report highlights, from navigating employment exclusion to developing safe networks and alliances for survival, trans women are agents and leaders of their own lives, not voiceless victims.
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