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Oliveros' twist  / K. Robert Schwarz ; Pauline Oliveros.

Out (1996) 30 (mar), p. 20-21
bron: Out (1996) 30 (mar), p. 20-21
samenvatting: Kort interview met componiste Pauline Oliveros die samen met tekstschrijfster en levenspartner Ione het muziektheater-stuk 'Njinga: the Queen King' heeft gemaakt over de legendarische 17e eeuwse koningin van Angola, Njinga.
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signatuur: ts.

Oliveros' twist
ts.
K. Robert Schwarz ; Pauline Oliveros.
Out
(1996)
30
(mar)
20-21
N251964
Artikel

Transsexual artist Titica takes Angola by storm  / Louise Redvers.

BBC News 12-04-2012
bron: BBC News 12-04-2012
samenvatting: She is bold, she is bright, she is beautiful and she is taking Angola by storm. Not bad for a transsexual in a Catholic African country where homosexuality is illegal and punishable by hard labour. Born in Luanda as Teca Miguel Garcia, singer and dancer Titica adopted her female persona four years ago following a breast enhancement operation in Brazil. Now, at 25, Titica is the new face of Angola's unique urban rap-techno fusion music style known as "kuduro".
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signatuur: full_text

Transsexual artist Titica takes Angola by storm
full_text
Louise Redvers.
BBC News
12-04-2012
N292276
Grijs

Outcomes of the 20th UPR session : Final Adoption Country Reports UN Human Rights Council - 28th session.

[Amsterdam]: COC, [2014] - 32 p.
uitgave: [Amsterdam] : COC, [2014] - 32 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. rechtspositie
  2. lhbti
signatuur: cat. (outco/upr/20)

dgb grijs

toegang:
Outcomes of the 20th UPR session : Final Adoption Country Reports UN Human Rights Council - 28th session.
cat. (outco/upr/20)dgb grijs
N298873
Grijs

Angola : a baseline on the health and human rights situation of LGBT and other key populations

[Amsterdam]: COC Netherlands, 2014 - 15 p.
uitgave: [Amsterdam] : COC Netherlands, 2014 - 15 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. rechtspositie
  2. lhbti
samenvatting: Report on the situation of human rights, HIV/AIDS, prevention, information and health care in Angola for LGBTIs, sex workers injecting drug user.

signatuur: cat. (angol/bas) g

toegang:
Angola : a baseline on the health and human rights situation of LGBT and other key populations
cat. (angol/bas) g
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N304794_1.jpg
N304794
Grijs

In The Picture : A situational analysis of LGBTI health and rights in Southern Africa  / M. Ricardo ... [et al.]. ; [English] ed. by Tom Johnston.

Amsterdam: COC Nederland ; [etc.], 2015 - 42 p.
uitgave: Amsterdam : COC Nederland ; [etc.], 2015 - 42 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. rechtspositie
  2. lhbti
samenvatting: In order to obtain a good understanding of the context in which LGBTIs live, including the political and social climate, the extent of the HIV epidemic and the HIV/AIDS response in their respective countries, COC Netherlands - in collaboration with its partner organisations - carried out baseline studies on the health and human-rights situation of key populations in a number of countries, each of which is considered in this report. Conducted between 2012 and 2014, those baseline studies focused on three key populations: their primary focus was on LGBTIs, but they also mapped out the situation for sex workers and injecting drug users (IDU). The baseline documents present an overview of the exact situation in terms of legal obstacles, legal protections and HIV-response policies in the countries studied, as well as the extent to which those policies include or fail to include the specific key populations mentioned above. Baseline studies were carried out in Angola (2014), Botswana (2012), Lesotho (2014), Malawi (2013), Mozambique (2014), Namibia (2014), South Africa (2013), Swaziland (2013), Zambia (2014) and Zimbabwe (2013).

signatuur: cat. (in/the/pic) g

dgb grijs

toegang:
In The Picture : A situational analysis of LGBTI health and rights in Southern Africa
cat. (in/the/pic) gdgb grijs
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N305247_1.jpg
N305247
Grijs

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex human rights in Southern Africa: A contemporary literature review  / Talia Meer ... [et al.].

Johannesburg: DiDiRi Collective [etc.], 2017 - 73 p.
uitgave: Johannesburg : DiDiRi Collective [etc.], 2017 - 73 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. rechtspositie
  2. lhbti
samenvatting: Individuals engaging in same-sex acts, individuals identifying as LGBTI and individuals who do not conform to heteronormative ideals of gender and sexuality experience structural, institutional and individual discrimination and exclusion across the world. This is no different in Southern African countries. While LGBTI individuals are heterogeneous and face very specific challenges based on their sexual orientation, gender identity, race, class, ethnicity and other factors, they share experiences of structural, institutional and individual discrimination and marginalisation based on their sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI). In most Southern African countries, same-sex activity remains criminalised, which further marginalises LGBTI individuals, and acts as an additional barrier to accessing public services and realising full civil and political rights. This contemporary literature review focuses on the state of LGBTI human rights in 10 Southern African countries: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The purpose of this review is to contribute towards a strong evidence base and scientific foundation for informed programming in the region.

signatuur: cat. (meer-t/lun)

dgb grijs

toegang:
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex human rights in Southern Africa: A contemporary literature review
cat. (meer-t/lun)dgb grijs
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N305600_1.jpg
N305600
Boek

Before We Were Trans : A New History of Gender  / 

Kit Heyam.London: Basic Books, 2022 - viii, 342 p.
uitgave: London: Basic Books, 2022 - viii, 342 p.
onderwerpen:
samenvatting: Across the world today, people of all ages are doing fascinating, creative, messy things with gender. These people have a rich history - but one that is often left behind by narratives of trans lives that focus on people with stable, binary, uncomplicated gender identities. As a result, these stories tend to be recent, binary, stereotyped, medicalised and white. 'Before We Were Trans' is a new and different story of gender, that seeks not to be comprehensive or definitive, but - by blending culture, feminism and politics - to widen the scope of what we think of as trans history by telling the stories of people across the globe whose experience of gender has been transgressive, or not characterised by stability or binary categories. Transporting us from Renaissance Venice to seventeenth-century Angola, from Edo Japan to North America, the stories this book tells leave questions and resist conclusions. They are fraught with ambiguity, and defy modern Western terminology and categories - not least the category of 'trans' itself. But telling them provides a history that reflects the richness of modern trans reality more closely than any previously written. 'Before We Were Trans' is a history and celebration of gender in all its fluidity, ambiguity and complexity.

signatuur: cat. (heyam/bef) b

ODE3

toegang:
Before We Were Trans : A New History of Gender
cat. (heyam/bef) b ODE3
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N310854_1.jpg
Kit Heyam.
N310854
Grijs

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) Human Rights in Southern Africa : A Contemporary Literature Review  / Gemma Oberth.

Johannesburg: Hivos Southern African Sexual Diversity Rights Programme, 2014 - 51 p.
uitgave: Johannesburg : Hivos Southern African Sexual Diversity Rights Programme, 2014 - 51 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. rechtspositie# lhbti
samenvatting: Same-sex acts remain outlawed in more than two-thirds of African countries and evidence suggests that Africans are among the least accepting of homosexuality in the world. As such, African people who do not fit into normative roles of identity and sexuality are rendered invisible and unintelligible to policy makers, health workers and communities. In recent years, there is a context of increasing moral political salience of LGBTI in the region, as well as an unprecedented increase in the visibility of LGBTI people and organizations. This literature review focuses on the state of LGBTI human rights in 10 Southern African countries: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The purpose of this review is to contribute towards a strong evidence base and scientific foundation for informed programming in the region.

signatuur: cat. (obert/les)

dgb grijs

toegang:
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) Human Rights in Southern Africa : A Contemporary Literature Review
cat. (obert/les)dgb grijs
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N312631_1.jpg
N312631
Grijs

The Global State of LGBTIQ Organizing : The Right to Register and the Freedom to Operate  / Written by Ohotuowo Ogbeche.

New York, NY: OutRight Action International, 2023 - 75 p.: ill.
uitgave: New York, NY : OutRight Action International, 2023 - 75 p.: ill.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. lhbti-beweging
  2. lhbti
samenvatting: This report assesses the ability of LGBTIQ people to register associations and build movements, in comparison with Outright's 2018 findings on the subject. Outright finds that as of 2023, out of 196 countries, including all 193 UN member states, Taiwan, the Occupied Palestinian Territory and Kosovo, LGBTIQ organizations can register and operate openly only in 93 countries. In 75 countries, LGBTIQ organizations exist but cannot register and operate openly, and in 26 countries, Outright could not identify any known LGBTIQ civil society organizations, formal or informal. In at least two countries, nascent groups exist but it remains unclear whether registration as openly LGBTIQ organizations is possible. Our 2023 report examines changes that have occurred in the last five years since Outright's first report on LGBTIQ organizing, including legal and political dynamics that negatively or positively impact LGBTIQ organizations? ability to institutionalize, form sustainable local and national movements, and promote the human rights of LGBTIQ people everywhere. In addition to results from a global survey, this report presents regional analysis and nine country case studies from Algeria, Angola, China, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Nicaragua, Uzbekistan and Yemen. It urges governments to repeal laws criminalizing same-sex acts between consenting adults and gender diversity, as well as laws mandating the registration of organizations as ?foreign agents? which require disclosure of their sources of funds.

signatuur: cat. (ogbec/glo) dgb grijs

toegang:
The Global State of LGBTIQ Organizing : The Right to Register and the Freedom to Operate
cat. (ogbec/glo) dgb grijs
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N313258_1.jpg
N313258

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