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Das Schweigen brechen : Menschenrechtenverletzungen aufgrund sexueller Orientierung  / 

hrsg. von Wolfgang Dinkerberg ... [et al.] ;Berlin: Querverlag, 2001 - 159 p.+ kaart: ill.
uitgave: Berlin: Querverlag, 2001 - 159 p.+ kaart: ill.
annotatie: Gebaseerd op Breaking the silence : human rights violations based on sexual orientation. - London : Amnesty International, 1997. - 1e dr. Duitse uitg. 1999. - Bibliogr.: p. 137-138.
onderwerpen:
samenvatting: Studie über die Situation von Lesben, Schwulen und Transgender in über Fünfzig Ländern. Die zahlreich hinzugekomenen Fälle sind sorgfältig recherchiert und dokumentiert. Mehr Platz wird in dem Thema Transgender und der Diskussion um die Anerkennung von Homosexualität als Asylgrund in Deutschland eingeräumt.

signatuur: cat. (schwei/bre) 3e dr. b

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Das Schweigen brechen : Menschenrechtenverletzungen aufgrund sexueller Orientierung
cat. (schwei/bre) 3e dr. b
hrsg. von Wolfgang Dinkerberg ... [et al.] ;
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Artikel

Lesbofobisch Brazilië : 122 doden per jaar  / Rian van den Bos.

Zij aan Zij, 17 (2008) 5 (jul), p. 36-37
bron: Zij aan Zij jaargang: 17 (2008) 5 (jul), p. 36-37
samenvatting: Het afgelopen jaar zijn er in Brazilië 122 mensen vermoord vanwege hun seksuele voorkeur of transseksualiteit. Rian van den Bos woont in Brazilië en sprak er met lesbiennes die leven in deze religieuze machocultuur.
onderwerpen:

signatuur: ts.

Lesbofobisch Brazilië : 122 doden per jaar
ts.
Rian van den Bos.
Zij aan Zij
17
(2008)
5
(jul)
36-37
N288285
Grijs

Joining forces to combat homophobic and transphobic hate crime : cooperation between police forces and LGBT organisations in Europe  / written by Richard Polácek, Joël Le Déroff.

Brussels: ILGA-Europe, 2010 - 72 p.: ill.
uitgave: Brussels : ILGA-Europe, 2010 - 72 p.: ill.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. geweld/discriminatie
  2. homoseksualiteit
  3. transgender
samenvatting: This publication is the result of a research conducted in 2009-2010, in the frame of a project supported by the Dutch government. ILGA-Europe believes that this publication will provide law enforcement authorities and LGBT organisations across Europe with a set of useful suggestions and methodological tools to develop and strengthen joint actions to fight hate crime more efficiently.

signatuur: cat. (polac/der) g

dgb grijs

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Joining forces to combat homophobic and transphobic hate crime : cooperation between police forces and LGBT organisations in Europe
cat. (polac/der) gdgb grijs
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N289056
Artikel

Lot 'legale' transseksuelen in Iran zwaar  / Jenda Terpstra.

Parool 17-12-2010
bron: Parool 17-12-2010
samenvatting: Seksuele minderheden zijn zeer kwetsbaar in Iran en vaak slachtoffer van misbruik en mishandeling, concludeert mensenrechtenorganisatie Human Rights Watch (HRW). Iran is geen uitzondering in de regio wat homohaat betreft. Uniek is wel het beleid dat homo's aanmoedigt om vrouw te worden. Hoewel president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2007 zei dat 'Iran geen homo's heeft', erkent Teheran het bestaan van transseksuelen. Geslachtsoperaties zijn toegestaan. Toch zijn transseksuelen net als andere seksuele minderheden vaak doelwit van geweld door overheidsfunctionarissen en burgers die weten dat ze niet worden bestraft.
onderwerpen:

signatuur: full_text

Lot 'legale' transseksuelen in Iran zwaar
full_text
Jenda Terpstra.
Parool
17-12-2010
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Artikel

Jakarta's Working Ladyboys  / Ade Mardiyati.

Jakarta Globe 16-03-2011
bron: Jakarta Globe 16-03-2011
samenvatting: Thalia, who?s birth name is Eko Chandra, has been working as a prostitute in Taman Lawang, Jakarta, for four years. Transvestite sex workers in Jakarta, Thalia says, face a lot of risks on the job. They do risk of being the target of raids by public order officers, the discrimination from society and even risk of being murdered. Thalia is also the Jakarta leader of Organisasi Perubahan Sosial Indonesia (Social Change Organization Indonesia), a local group that works to promote the protection and rights of sex workers in Indonesia.
onderwerpen:

signatuur: full_text

Jakarta's Working Ladyboys
full_text
Ade Mardiyati.
Jakarta Globe
16-03-2011
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Grijs

"They Hunt Us Down for Fun" : discrimination and Police Violence Against Transgender Women in Kuwait.

[New York, NY etc.]: Human Rights Watch [HRW], 2012 - 63 bl.
uitgave: [New York, NY etc.] : Human Rights Watch [HRW], 2012 - 63 bl.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. geweld/discriminatie
  2. transgender
samenvatting: In 2007 the Kuwaiti parliament outlawed "imitating the opposite sex", paving the way for police to arbitrarily detain, torture, and sexually harass and abuse transgender women in Kuwait with impunity. Despite a formal state recognition of Gender Identity Disorder, arrests of transgender women continue unabated. The police often take advantage of the law to blackmail transgender women for sex, and redress for police abuse is difficult, if not impossible, for fear of reprisal and re-arrest. The law does not criminalize any specific act or behavior, but rather an appearance whose interpretation i left entirely up to the whims of the police, giving them free reign to decide who is breaking the law and how it is broken. This report documents the abuse, violence, and persecution faced by transgender women at the hands of the police as well as the discrimination they face on a daily basis as a result of this law.

signatuur: cat. (they/hun)

dgb grijs

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"They Hunt Us Down for Fun" : discrimination and Police Violence Against Transgender Women in Kuwait.
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Grijs

Gay en veilig in Brabant? : ervaringen van homo's, lesbo's, biseksuelen en transgenders met intolerantie, discriminatie en agressie in de regio Noordoost Brabant  / Ben Rovers.

's-Hertogenbosch: BTVO / COC, 2012 - 33 bl.
uitgave: 's-Hertogenbosch : BTVO / COC, 2012 - 33 bl.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. geweld/discriminatie
  2. homoseksualiteit
samenvatting: Onderzoek onder 261 HLBT's in Noordoost Brabant laat zien dat slachtofferschap van antihomoseksuele incidenten (ook) in deze regio zeer frequent voorkomt. Hierbij gaat het deels om ernstige strafbare feiten. Vooral transgenders, allochtonen, jongeren en personen die in de kast zitten lopen risico om slachtoffer te worden. Grote groepen HLBT's voelen zich regelmatig onveilig en passen hun gedrag aan om problemen in verband met hun seksuele voorkeur te voorkomen. De meerderheid van incidenten wordt nergens gemeld. Ervaringen met het melden van incidenten bij de politie zijn vaak negatief.

signatuur: cat. (rover-b/gay)

dgb grijs

toegang:
Gay en veilig in Brabant? : ervaringen van homo's, lesbo's, biseksuelen en transgenders met intolerantie, discriminatie en agressie in de regio Noordoost Brabant
cat. (rover-b/gay)dgb grijs
N290229
Grijs

Changing laws, changing minds : challenging homophobic and transphobic hate crimes in Bulgaria

London: Amnesty International, 2012 - 14 bl.: ill.
uitgave: London : Amnesty International, 2012 - 14 bl.: ill.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. geweld/discriminatie
  2. homoseksualiteit
samenvatting: This briefing from Amnesty International focuses on the failure of the police and prosecutors to address effectively crimes against LGBT people in Bulgaria on the basis of widespread and deeply entrenched discriminatory attitudes towards them.

signatuur: cat. (chang/law)

dgb grijs

toegang:
Changing laws, changing minds : challenging homophobic and transphobic hate crimes in Bulgaria
cat. (chang/law)dgb grijs
N290445
Grijs

"Not Worth a Penny" : Human Rights Abuses against Transgender People in Honduras  / [written and researched by Juliana Cano Nieto ; reviewed and ed. by Scott Long].

New York, NY [etc.]: Human Rights Watch [HRW], cop. 2009 - 45, [1] bl.
uitgave: New York, NY [etc.] : Human Rights Watch [HRW], cop. 2009 - 45, [1] bl.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. geweld/discriminatie
  2. transgender
samenvatting: This report is based on research conducted during two two-week field visits to Honduras in December 2008 and in February 2009, as well as prior and subsequent research, including phone interviews. Overall, Human Rights Watch conducted in-depth interviews with 35 people who were victims of or eyewitnesses to discrimination and physical violence targeting transgender people, in Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula, and La Ceiba, the three major cities in Honduras. Human Rights Watch interviewed other victims who did not want their stories to be included in the report for security reasons. Human Rights Watch also interviewed the Honduran minister of security, leading officers in the Office of the Attorney General, and five high ranking police officials in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula, as well as United Nations officials, human rights NGO leaders and activists, and academics. The report focuses on transgender people, in particular male-to-female (MTF) transgender individuals, because of their particular vulnerability to police abuse and violence. Human Right Watch interviewed one self-identified female-to-male (FTM) transgender person, who stated that he had not had problems with the police. Human Rights Watch attempted to locate other FTM transgender people, but without avail.

signatuur: cat. (nieto/not)

dgb grijs

toegang:
"Not Worth a Penny" : Human Rights Abuses against Transgender People in Honduras
cat. (nieto/not)dgb grijs
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N290448_1.jpg
N290448
Grijs

Born Free And Equal : Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in International Human Rights Law.

New York, NY [etc.]: United Nations, 2012 - 62 bl.: ill.
uitgave: New York, NY [etc.] : United Nations, 2012 - 62 bl.: ill.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. rechtspositie
  2. homoseksualiteit
samenvatting: In June 2011, the Human Rights Council adopted resolution 17/19 - the first United Nations resolution on human rights, sexual orientation and gender identity. The resolution was approved by a narrow margin but, significantly, received support from Council members from all regions. The purpose of this booklet is to set out the core obligations that States have towards LGBT persons, and describe how United Nations mechanisms have applied international law in this context. For the past eighteen years, United Nations human rights treaty bodies and special procedures have documented violations of the human rights of LGBT people and analysed State compliance with international human rights law. They have accumulated a body of evidence that shows how individuals are targeted on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity, and have issued specific guidance to States. The sections that follow summarize their findings and advice to help States take the necessary steps to meet their fundamental human rights obligations. The booklet is also intended to assist human rights defenders and rights-holders generally to call States to account for breaches of international human rights law.

signatuur: cat. (born/free)

dgb grijs

toegang:
Born Free And Equal : Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in International Human Rights Law.
cat. (born/free)dgb grijs
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