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Initial Report ICCPR - Kasus LGBTI di Indonesia : "Pelanggaran HAM LGBTI di Indonesia : Kami Ada Bukan Untuk Dihancurkan".

[Surabaya]: Forum Pemantauan Hak Asasi Manusia LGBTI Indonesia, [2012] - 12 p.
uitgave: [Surabaya] : Forum Pemantauan Hak Asasi Manusia LGBTI Indonesia, [2012] - 12 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. geweld/discriminatie
  2. lhbti
samenvatting: This report proves how LGBTI in Indonesia become the subject of violations of human rights based on sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression that is different from the "general" by the state actors, families and communities. And the state actors - in this case the police - do not provide protection to LGBTI. This report was prepared by 20 LGBT organizations that are members of the Indonesian LGBTI Human Rights Monitoring Forum. It is the result of collaboration between Indonesian LGBTI organizations through a workshop on Monitoring and Doctrining of Indonesian LGBTI Human Rights Violations organized by GAYa NUSANTARA, attended by 20 LGBTI organizations and legal practitioners from various mainstream groups. This report data is also prepared from the results of the Rapid Assessment of LGBTI organizations in 2011 and new data as preparation for the annual report which will be published together in 2013.

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dgb grijs

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Initial Report ICCPR - Kasus LGBTI di Indonesia : "Pelanggaran HAM LGBTI di Indonesia : Kami Ada Bukan Untuk Dihancurkan".
cat. (initi/rep)dgb grijs
N305113
Grijs

Gay and Lesbian Legal Issues and HIV/AIDS: Final Report      / by John Fisher ... [et al.].

Montreal: Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network [etc.], 1998 - [254] p.
uitgave: Montreal : Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network [etc.], 1998 - [254] p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. hiv/aids
  2. homoseksualiteit
samenvatting: This report reviews how, historically, gay men and lesbians have suffered persistent patterns of discrimination and persecution, and how the advent of HIV and AIDS has intensified and extended discrimination against them. It provides a detailed analysis of how, in 1998, Canadian law treats gay men and lesbians, as well as some examples of discrimination in two other areas, behavioural research and health and social services; and it assesses the impact of stigma and discrimination in the context of HIV/ AIDS. The goals are to document how pervasive discrimination against gay men and lesbians is in many sectors of life and in the law, to show how discrimination impacts on the lives of gay men and lesbians and, in the context of HIV/AIDS, on efforts to prevent the spread of HIV and to care for people living with HIV/AIDS; and to make recommendations for action that will enable Canada to decrease discrimination against gay men and lesbians and to increase and improve prevention and care efforts in the area of HIV/AIDS. With a time-line of a history of discrimination against Gay Men and Lesbians (p. 208-222).

signatuur: cat. (fishe/jür)

dgb grijs

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Gay and Lesbian Legal Issues and HIV/AIDS: Final Report    
cat. (fishe/jür)dgb grijs
N305362
Artikel

In Italy, Homophobia Is on the Rise  / Marco Michieli.

Gay & Lesbian Review, 26 (2019) 6 (nov-dec), p. 29
bron: Gay & Lesbian Review jaargang: 26 (2019) 6 (nov-dec), p. 29
samenvatting: The last months of 2019 have seen a rise in homophobic attacks on the LGBT community in Italy. Gay rights organizations associate these hate crimes with the harsh political climate. Matteo Salvini, the former interior minister who rose to power on a campaign of anti-immigration, far right nationalism and xenophobia is especially under scrutiny. Opponents and activists alike say the leader of the extreme right-wing party The League has emboldened perpetrators of these hate crimes with his xenophobic rhetoric and discourse.
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signatuur: ts.

In Italy, Homophobia Is on the Rise
ts.
Marco Michieli.
Gay & Lesbian Review
26
(2019)
6
(nov-dec)
29
N305567
Grijs

J-FLAG's Report on Human Rights Violations 2019.

[St. Andrew]: J-FLAG, 2019 - 8 p.: ill.
uitgave: [St. Andrew] : J-FLAG, 2019 - 8 p.: ill.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. geweld/discriminatie
  2. lhbti
samenvatting: Report on the most frequent anti-gay abuses suffered by gay men in Jamaica in 2019, in the form of physical assaults, verbal assaults, expulsion from the family home, and discrimination by police. A total of 21 cases of anti-LGBTQ human rights violations were recorded by J-FLAG (the Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-Sexuals and Gays).

signatuur: cat. (jflag/rep)

dgb grijs

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J-FLAG's Report on Human Rights Violations 2019.
cat. (jflag/rep)dgb grijs
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N305949_1.jpg
N305949
Grijs

"I Have To Leave To Be Me" : Discriminatory Laws against LGBT People in the Eastern Caribbean.

New York, NY: Human Rights Watch (HRW), 2018 - 107 p.
uitgave: New York, NY : Human Rights Watch (HRW), 2018 - 107 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. geweld/discriminatie
  2. lhbti
samenvatting: This report focuses on the experiences of LGBT people in small island states of the Eastern Caribbean. It demonstrates, through individual testimony, how existing discriminatory legislation negatively impacts LGBT populations, opening the door to discrimination, violence, and abuse. The report includes seven Eastern Caribbean countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. All seven countries have versions of buggery and gross indecency laws, relics of British colonialism, that prohibit same-sex conduct between consenting persons. The laws have broad latitude, are vaguely worded, and serve to legitimize discrimination and hostility towards LGBT people in the Eastern Caribbean. They are rarely enforced by way of criminal prosecutions but all share one common trait: by singling out, in a discriminatory manner, a vulnerable social group they give social and legal sanction for discrimination, violence, stigma, and prejudice against LGBT individuals.

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"I Have To Leave To Be Me" : Discriminatory Laws against LGBT People in the Eastern Caribbean.
cat. (i/have)dgb grijs
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N306096_1.jpg
N306096
Grijs

Morocco Situation of LGBT persons : version 2.0.

Copenhagen: Danish Immigration Service, 2019 - 94 p.: ill.
uitgave: Copenhagen : Danish Immigration Service, 2019 - 94 p.: ill.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. rechtspositie
  2. lhbti
samenvatting: This report focuses on the situation of LGBT persons in Morocco, including the legislative framework, the different types of violence that LGBT persons can be at risk of in Morocco, their possibility for seeking help from the authorities, organisations of the LGBT community, and examples of trials as well as conditions in prisons. It is based on terms of reference which have been developed by DIS in consultation with the Secretariat of the Danish Refugee Appeals Board as well as a Danish advisory group on COI. This report is an updated version of a Danish Immigration Service (DIS) report published in 2017. Both reports are based on interviews with sources in Morocco 9 to 18 October 2016; for the first report, the Country of Origin Information Division DIS conducted a mission to Rabat to meet with sources whereas for the present report sources have been interviewed via e-mail and over the phone in June 2019. The purpose of the interviews was to collect up to date information on issues recurring in cases regarding Moroccan asylum seekers in Denmark with regard to the situation of LGBT persons. Furthermore, a legal expert with experience in migration and human rights law has been contracted to compile information on the legal framework as well as on application of the law. Finally, a variety of academic texts, COI-reports and media articles have been included in this report.

signatuur: cat. (moroc/sit)

dgb grijs

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Morocco Situation of LGBT persons : version 2.0.
cat. (moroc/sit)dgb grijs
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N306147_1.jpg
N306147
Grijs

Behind Political Homophobia: Global LGBT Rights and the Rise of Anti-LGBT Rhetoric in Indonesia  / Hendri Yulius.

Berlin: Heinrich Böll Stiftung, 2017 - 12 p.
uitgave: Berlin : Heinrich Böll Stiftung, 2017 - 12 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. geweld/discriminatie
  2. lhbti
samenvatting: Having considered different responses toward LGBT issues in Southeast Asian countries, author has selected a predominantly Muslim country, Indonesia, as a departure point to explore how the internationalization of the LGBT rights discourse generates national homophobia, which subsequently reveals its complexities and incongruities.

signatuur: cat. (yuliu/beh)

dgb grijs

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Behind Political Homophobia: Global LGBT Rights and the Rise of Anti-LGBT Rhetoric in Indonesia
cat. (yuliu/beh)dgb grijs
N306459
Artikel

The Emergence of Political Homophobia in Indonesia: Masculinity and National Belonging  / Tom Boellstorff.

Ethnos Journal of Anthropology, 69 (2004) 4 (dec), p. 465-486
bron: Ethnos Journal of Anthropology jaargang: 69 (2004) 4 (dec), p. 465-486
samenvatting: Abstract: This paper explores an unprecedented series of violent acts against 'gay' Indonesians beginning in September 1999. Indonesia is often characterized as 'tolerant' of homosexuality. This is a false belief, but one containing a grain of truth. To identify this grain of truth I distinguish between 'heterosexism' and 'homophobia,' noting that Indonesia has been marked by a predominance of heterosexism over homophobia. I examine the emergence of a political homophobia directed at public events where gay men stake a claim to Indonesia's troubled civil society. That such violence is seen as the properly masculine response to these events indicates how the nation may be gaining a new masculinist cast. In the new Indonesia, male-male desire can increasingly be construed as a threat to normative masculinity, and thus to the nation itself.
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signatuur: dgb artikelen (boell/eme/pol)

The Emergence of Political Homophobia in Indonesia: Masculinity and National Belonging
dgb artikelen (boell/eme/pol)
Tom Boellstorff.
Ethnos Journal of Anthropology
69
(2004)
4
(dec)
465-486
N306588
Artikel

Istana kecantikan: the first Indonesian gay movie  / Ben Murtagh.

South East Asia Research, 14 (2018) 2 (oct), p. 211-230
bron: South East Asia Research jaargang: 14 (2018) 2 (oct), p. 211-230
samenvatting: Abstract: This article discusses the first Indonesian film to deal with specifically gay rather than waria (male to female transvestites) subjectivities. The 1980s was a period that saw growing public consciousness of the gay subject position, and the release of this film in 1988 may be seen as the first cinematic attempt to react to this new level of awareness. For this reason, it can be argued that the film says as much about Indonesian perceptions of the gay world as it does about the reality of life as a gay man in Jakarta. The movie has been criticized for its pessimism and negativity regarding the portrayal of gay life in Indonesia, the main character being imprisoned for murder in the final scene. This stands in contrast with more upbeat representations in the recent film, Arisan. However, despite a generally pessimistic ending, the film's portrayal of homosexuality is perhaps more complex, particularly with regard to how family, friends and even psychiatrists relate to the principal gay character. This article argues that rather than the lead character's homosexuality being the reason for his eventual demise, it is his perceived hypocrisy that leads to his ultimate incarceration.
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signatuur: dgb artikelen (murta/ist)

Istana kecantikan: the first Indonesian gay movie
dgb artikelen (murta/ist)
Ben Murtagh.
South East Asia Research
14
(2018)
2
(oct)
211-230
N306599
Artikel

Democracy deficit and homophobic divergence in 21st century Europe  / Judit Takács, Ivett Szalma.

Gender, Place & Culture, 27 (2020) 4 (apr), p. 459-478
bron: Gender, Place & Culture jaargang: 27 (2020) 4 (apr), p. 459-478
samenvatting: Abstract: In the present study we focus on the relationship between democracy deficit and homophobic divergence within 21st century European societies. Our main research question is about how social attitudes towards lesbians and gays changed in the examined time period (between 2002 and 2016), and whether there are any signs of convergence regarding these issues in different parts of Europe, characterized by different welfare regimes, a quarter of a century after the political system changes in the countries formerly often referred to as the "Eastern Bloc". The empirical base of the study is a dataset including all eight rounds of the European Social Survey, focusing especially on a key variable measuring the agreement level with the statement that gay men and lesbians should be free to live their own life as they wish. For data analyses descriptive statistics and explanatory models were constructed by applying multilevel mixed effect linear regression models. Our results show that there are still significant differences between different parts of Europe regarding social attitudes towards gays and lesbians. However, based on our results we would recommend a more refined division than the East?West dichotomy within Europe.
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signatuur: dgb artikelen (takác/sza)

Democracy deficit and homophobic divergence in 21st century Europe
dgb artikelen (takác/sza)
Judit Takács, Ivett Szalma.
Gender, Place & Culture
27
(2020)
4
(apr)
459-478
N306656

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