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The time has come for a follow-up resolution on sexual orientation, gender identity and human rights. Joint NGO statement to the 26th session of the UN Human Rights Council

, Índice: IOR 41/019/2014

Three years ago, the UN Human Rights Council adopted its first resolution on sexual orientation, gender identity and human rights. Around the world however, individuals still face violence and discrimination because of their sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or intersex status. These violations are systemic, and require systemic responses. The Council must adopt a resolution to ensure regular reporting, constructive dialogue and sustained, systematic attention to the breadth of human rights violations on these grounds.

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