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Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights is a progressive, pro-choice charitable organization committed to advancing and upholding sexual and reproductive health and rights in Canada and globally. It is the amalgamation of three leading voices on sexual health and rights in Canada, one of which (ACPD), has been working at the Human Rights Council (formerly the Commission on Human Rights) since 2002. Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights

Creating Resources for Empowerment in Action (CREA), founded in 2000, CREA is a feminist human rights organisation based in New Delhi, India. It is one of the few international women’s rights organisations based in the global South, led by Southern feminists, which works at the grassroots, national, regional, and international levels. Together with partners from a diverse range of human rights movements and networks, CREA works to advance the rights of women and girls, and the sexual and reproductive freedoms of all people. CREA advocates for positive social change through national and international fora, and provides training and learning opportunities to global activists and leaders through its Institutes. Creating Resources for Empowerment in Action (CREA)

The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR), is a Cairo-based independent human rights organization which works to defend and promote the rights to privacy, health, religious freedom and bodily integrity. Since its establishment in 2002, the EIPR has acquired extensive experience in advocacy before UN treaty bodies, the former Commission on Human Rights, the Human Rights Council, as well as the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights. The Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights (EIPR)

The Federation for Women and Family Planning, advocates for sexual and reproductive health and rights including the right to legal abortion, access to modern contraception and sexuality education, at the national, regional and international levels. It conducts permanent monitoring of the observance of human rights in Poland and informs public opinion and relevant institutions in the country and abroad about the results.

Akahatá Equipo de Trabajo en Sexualidades y Generos (Working Team on Sexualities and Genders) is a group of experienced and recognized activists from Latin America who joined together in 2011 to work on the promotion, protection and development of human rights related to sexual rights and reproductive rights.  To accomplish its mission, Akahata promotes dialogue, exchanges of experience and develops strategies and research, organizes training programs and  undertakes advocacy to develop human rights, including sexual rights, of all people. Akahatá

Coalition of African Lesbians was established in 2003 when lesbian women feminists from different parts of Sub-Saharan Africa decided to create political space for their own leadership within both the women’s and the LGBTI movements. The focus of CAL is to ensure the visibility and voice of African lesbian and gender non-conforming individuals including, but not limited to, transgender people. CAL’s approach is to develop leadership amongst its members and to work for the protection and defense of activists who defend the human rights of LBT people.

  • national sexual rights law and policy database

    Law and Policy Database

    The national sexual rights law and policy database is a one-stop-shop for sexual rights related Constitutions, laws and policies.

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  • UPR Toolkit

    UPR Toolkit

    This practical toolkit for sexual rights advocates is available in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Arabic.

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  • UPR Database

    UPR Database

    The SRI's UPR Database includes all sexual rights recommendations and references and is now open access.

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  • Akahata


    Trabajar en temas relacionados con los géneros, las sexualidades y los derechos derivados de ellos

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