by. Lohana Berkins, Lohana Berkins (Pocitos, – Buenos Aires, ) fue una activista transgénero argentina,12 defensora e impulsora de la identidad. The late afternoon sun casts a golden glow over children playing in the little park where Lohana Berkins has suggested we should meet. AWID is an international, feminist, membership organisation committed to achieving gender equality, sustainable development and women’s human rights.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has dissolved newspapers and the opposition. Named after an activist who died aged 33, the co-op is run by trans people and provides training and employment.
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Today, Lohana looks at young trans people with pride and pleasure. Lohana paints an emblematic picture of the lonana experience: Despite the atrocious human rights situation in the country, the West finds much to celebrate about Bahrain.
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Saudi persecution of the al-Nimr family continues. Lauri Love Extradition appeal. Lohana Berkins has made it — but the personal price she and her comrades have had to pay was shockingly high. X New Internationalist is a lifeline for activists, campaigners and readers who value independent journalism.
Indigenous lives matter in Canada. The late afternoon sun casts a golden glow over children playing in the little park where Lohana Berkins has suggested we should meet. But we were also asking ourselves: Please support us with a small recurring donation so we can keep it free to read online. There is still prejudice and abuse.
Theresa May rolls out the red carpet for Saudi crown prince. Help us keep this site free for all New Internationalist is a lifeline for activists, campaigners and readers who value independent journalism. Britain has provided support to the Burmese military, writes Steve Shaw.
Fighting for life and freedom in Egypt. On 27 Decemberyear-old Vida Movahed removed her headscarf, tied it to a stick and stood atop a telecoms box on busy She has played a key role in bringing about legal and social changes in Argentina that can only be described as revolutionary.
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InLohana publicly announced that she was leaving prostitution — and that she wanted a job. Because trans people become accustomed to a high level of violence, Lohana says: Human rights after Trump. Chris Brazier explains what Alam’s detention means and You can push your tits out if you like.
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They are so much more confident than those of her generation. So you go into a discourse of internal misery that nothing will change, that nothing will make any difference, whatever happens. Lohana has been a transgender activist since the s. Of prison she says: Unions face backlash after years of minimum wage increases. Favela dwellers speak to Vanessa Baird about police bekrins and creative resistance.
Straight talking and fiercely analytical, she comes across as a woman who knows exactly who she is. In the wake of the tragic loss, Mohammed Elnaiem looks back at years of resistance. We are the poorest sisters of the movement. Across the world political space is shrinking.
The British hacker will be at great risk if he loses his case, writes Ella Matthews. Demanding a solution revolution. We do not exist in a ghetto of trans activists. New Internationalist About us Ethical shop. The story of Kian.
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During the years of military dictatorship, travestis were routinely killed and imprisoned. The bill was not just fought for by transgender people; it was shaped by them. Dear MeToo backlash, we feminists have heard it all before… Kate Smurthwaite writes. Support the website with a monthly lohanaa. The law applies to anyone aged 18 and over.