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On Trans Day of Remembrance (TDoR), 20 November, we remember and honour trans and gender-diverse people whose lives were taken away from us. Day after day, trans people around the world fight for our human rights and social justice. Year after year, we demand that trans people are protected from violence. We demand that our human rights are respected. We demand our right to live. This year, the Trans Murder Monitoring (TMM) reported 350 trans and gender-diverse people murdered worldwide between 1...

Stigma and discrimination against trans and gender-diverse people results in horrifying violations of human rights, including violence, extortion, physical and sexual assault, and murder. Data collected by trans human rights defenders in the region reveal a concerning pattern of hate crimes perpetrated against trans people across the Asia and the Pacific region. These crimes largely remain unreported, and are often committed by state and non-state actors with legal impunity. Every year, on the Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR), we gather to...

Trans Day of Remembrance (TDoR) is a moment of solidarity. It is a day to remember trans people – disproportionately trans women of colour – who have passed, often having fallen victim to systemic forms of anti-trans violence. In particular, TDoR is an occasion to acknowledge and recognise the tremendous resilience that trans communities throughout the world demonstrate in the face of high levels of violence and marginalisation.  Our communities continue to engage in vital movement building and socially transformative work...

Wednesday 20 November 2019Bangkok, Thailand, Stigma and discrimination against trans and gender-diverse people results in horrifying violations of human rights, including violence, extortion, physical and sexual assault, and murder. Every year, we gather to mourn and commemorate those who have lost their lives to transphobia.  This day, the 20th of November, is Transgender Day of Remembrance. This day reminds us that trans people still experience disproportionate injustice and violence. This day reminds us that we must continue to create space for...

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image="6940" img_size="full" alignment="center"][vc_column_text]     Trans Day of Remembrance 2018: A message from trans activists in the region Bangkok, Thailand, Tuesday, 20th November 2018   Each year on the 20th of November, we gather to mourn and commemorate those we have lost their lives to transphobia. This day serves as a reminder of the continued injustice and violence that trans people experience. It reminds us of the necessity of creating the spaces for healing that our communities need to persevere, survive, and thrive.   Unfathomable...