Call for Submissions: Current and emerging threats to TGD human rights

The Australian Human Rights Commission is conducting a national project mapping threats to trans and gender diverse (TGD) human rights in Australia.

The project aims to map current and emerging threats to TGD human rights, such as actions, circumstances, events, forces, groups, situations, trends, and other phenomena that endanger or violate TGD human rights.

Areas under investigation include but are not limited to:

  • Anti-trans mobilisation, dis- and misinformation, and extremism and radicalisation
  • Education, employment, healthcare, housing, migration, service provision and the law
  • Non-personal information relating to anti-TGD abuse, discrimination, harassment, vilification and violence

Please note that we are seeking non-personal information, such as analysis and research. We are not looking for personal accounts, experiences, or stories at this time.  

Please note that we are unable to accept submissions from non-specialists in this area. Please contact [email protected] if you are unsure whether you qualify as a TGD subject-matter expert.

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2 thoughts on “Call for Submissions: Current and emerging threats to TGD human rights”

  1. I think in all fairness the AHRC should, at the same time, conduct a national project mapping ‘current & emerging threats to women’s sex-based human rights in Australia’, such as actions, circumstances, events, forces, groups, situations, trends, and other phenomena that endanger or violate women’s sex-based human rights.

    Areas under investigation to also include but not be limited to:

    Anti-women’s rights mobilisation, dis- and misinformation, and extremism and radicalisation
    Recognition of women’s unique sex-based specific needs & vulnerabilities in relation to judiciary, policing, the law, education, employment, housing, migration, healthcare, imprisonment,
    service provision , association, sports, and bodily autonomy.

    Non-personal information relating to anti-women abuse, discrimination, harassment, vilification and violence.

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