BEING LGBT IN ASIA: INDONESIA COUNTRY REPORT
( 09-Jun-2014 by BEING LGBT IN ASIA )
A Participatory Review and Analysis of the Legal and Social Environment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Persons and Civil Society, This report are the first report that comprehensive ...
BEING LGBT IN ASIA: THE PHILIPPINES COUNTRY REPORT
( 01-May-2014 by BEING LGBT IN ASIA )
A Participatory Review and Analysis of the Legal and Social Environment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Persons and Civil Society, This report are the first report that comprehensive ...
State-Sponsored Homophobia
( 22-May-2013 by International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) )
The struggle for LGBTI equality is gradually spreading to all parts of the world. Several nations on three continents have legalized same-sex marriage in the last two years, bringing the ...
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Rainbow Khmer - From Prejudice to Pride
( 01-Dec-2012 by CCHR )
While recent developments indicate growing LGBT equality, in cities in particular, the majority of LGBT people in Cambodia still suffer severe discrimination from their families and authorities. The legislative landscape ...
Attach files : Khmer English
2012 Twin Cities LGBT aging needs assessment survey report
( 05-Oct-2012 by PFund Foundation )
Despite tremendous change in the visibility and social acceptance LGBT people in the Unites States, LGBT older adults are usually less confident when defending their rights and often do ...
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2012 Network Responsibility Index - A comprehensive Analysis of Television's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Images
( 01-Aug-2012 by Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation )
The GLAAD Network Responsibility Index (NRI) evaluates images of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people on television. Those images have great influence on the public perception of the LGBT ...
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Born Free and Equal
( 01-Jun-2012 by United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner )
Although international human rights law, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in particular state that all human beings have the same rights, in many countries lesbian, gay, bisexual and ...
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CCHR Fundamental Freedoms Series: Freedom from Discrimination: LGBT People
( 11-May-2012 by CCHR )
The Cambodian Center for Human Rights (“CCHR”) exmines discrimination against LGBT people in Cambodia for its "Fundamental Freedoms Series" to celebrate the international Pride Week 2012. LGBT people are entitled ...
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Review of Homophobic Bullying in Educational Institutions
( 12-Mar-2012 by UNESCO )
Homophobic bullying in educational institutions deprives young LGBT people of their basic human rights to safety, dignity and freedom from discrimination and violence, and has severy negative effects on their ...
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Global Report on LGBT Tourism
( 23-Jan-2012 by UNWTO (World Travel Organization) )
LGBT Tourism is becoming increasingly popular all over the globe, and nowadays presents an important source of income for many employers, and a key driver of socio-economic progress by creating ...
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Law on Suppression of the Kidnapping, Trafficking and Exploitation of Human Persons
( 16-Jan-1996 by )
This law has an objective of suppressing the acts of kidnapping of human persons for trafficking/sale and the exploitation of human persons, in order to rehabilitate and upgrade the respect ...
Attach files : Khmer English
Law on the Press 1995
( 18-Jul-1995 by )
This law aims to determine the press and guarantee the freedom of press and also the freedom of appropriate publication that in line with the articles 31 and 32 of ...
Attach files : Khmer English
The Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia 1993 and Subsequent Amendments 2001
( 21-Sep-1993 by )
This law aims to provide the contend to restore Cambodia into an "Island of Peace" based on a multi-party liberal democratic regime guaranteeing human rights and the respect of law, ...
Attach files : Khmer English
Law on Criminal Procedure
( 28-Jan-1993 by )
The law on criminal procedure has the purpose of establishing the rules that shall be respected and strictly implemented in order to determine by law the existence of a criminal ...
Attach files : Khmer English
Law on Demonstrations 1991
( 27-Dec-1991 by )
This law has the purpose to determine that meeting in group and gathering for demonstration is possible. However, any gathering to walk on public streets that cause destruction and public ...
Attach files : Khmer English
Law on the marriage and family
( 26-Jul-1989 by )
The purpose of this law is to regulate, respect and ensure equality of spouses in marriage and family, and to promote the moral and educational development of children to become ...
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Decree-law-No-38 on Contracts and Other Liabilities 1988
( 28-Oct-1988 by )
This decree-law has the objective to determine the obligation of two or more persons who agree to make a contract, and also to assure the responsibility of their non-contractual liability.
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Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
( 16-Dec-1966 by UN )
This Protocol is established to achieve the purpose on International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the implementation of its provisions.
Attach files : English
International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination
( 21-Dec-1965 by UN )
The purposes of this convention is to promote and encourage universal respect for observance of human rights and fundamental freedoms for all, without distinction as to race, sex, language or ...
Attach files : Khmer English
ILO Convention No111 concerning discrimination in respect of employment and occupation
( 25-Jun-1958 by ILO )
This convention is established for its fundamental aim of promoting equality of opportunity and treatment by declaring and pursuing a national policy aimed at eliminating all forms of discrimination in ...
Attach files : Khmer English
ILO Convention No 105 concerning the Abolition of Forced Labor
( 25-Jun-1957 by ILO )
This convention is created to urge to abolition of forced labor in the each country, the members of the UN, and to promote for human rights as well. This convention ...
Attach files : Khmer English
ILO Convention No 98 concerning the Application of the Principles of the Right to Organize and to Bargain Collectively 1949
( 18-Jul-1951 by ILO )
This Convention aims to guarantee that workers shall enjoy adequate protection against acts of anti-union discrimination in respect of their employment. This Convention entered info forced generally in 1951, and ...
Attach files : Khmer English
ILO Convention No 100 concerning Equal Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value 1951
( 06-Jun-1951 by ILO )
Each Member shall, by means appropriate to the methods in operation for determining rates of remuneration, promote and, in so far as is consistent with such methods, ensure the application ...
Attach files : Khmer English
ILO Convention No 87 concerning Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organize 1948
( 04-Jul-1950 by ILO )
The purpose of this Convention is to ensure that workers and employers, without distinction whatsoever, shall have the right to establish and, subject only to the rules of the organisation ...
Attach files : Khmer English
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
( 10-Dec-1948 by UN )
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) represents the universal recognition that basic rights and fundamental freedoms are inherent to all human beings, inalienable and equally applicable to everyone, and ...
Attach files : Khmer English
ILO Convention No: 29 Concerning Forced or Compulsory Labor
( 10-Jun-1930 by ILO )
This convention's aims are to encourage states to abolish the forced or compulsory labor in their countries, and other mechanisms concerning to this issues. This convention entered into force worldwide ...
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Discrimination
Discrimination constitutes any distinction, exclusion, restriction or preference or other differential treatment that is directly or indirectly based on the prohibited grounds of discrimination and which has the intention or effect of nullifying or impairing the recognition, enjoyment or exercise, on an equal footing, of human and civil rights. Discrimination also includes incitement to discriminate and harassment. Article 2, paragraph 2, of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights ("ICCPR") lists the prohibited grounds of discrimination as “race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status," with "other status" being recognized as including gender identity and sexual orientation.
Source: ICCPR
Domestic Partnership
Civil or legal recognition of a relationship between two people (domestic partners) that sometimes extends limited protections to them.
Source: GLAAD
Drag King
A woman who appears as a man on a temporary basis. She may or may not have any masculine expression in her usual life. Generally in reference to an act or performance. Drag performance does not not indicate sexuality, gender identity, or sex identity.
Source: UC Davis
Drag Queen
A man who appears as a woman on a temporary basis. He may or may not have any feminine expression in his usual life. Generally in reference to an act or performance. Drag performance does not not indicate sexuality, gender identity, or sex identity.
Source: UC Davis
FTM/F2M
An acronym that stands for "Female to Male" and is used to describe transgender people who want to change or have changed sex from being biologically female to being male.
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Gay Man
A person who falls in love with and/or is sexually attracted to people of the same sex.
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Gender
Gender refers to socially constructed roles, behaviors, activities, and attributes that a given society considers appropriate for men and women.
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Gender Binary System
The idea that human gender exists in only two forms: masculine and feminine. The term also describes the system in which a society divides people into male and female gender roles, gender identities and attributes.
Source: International Planned Parenthood Federation
Gender Characteristics
Refers to the primary and secondary sexual physical characteristics like height, weight, and body hair, over which the individual has no control and which do not constitute part of their expression or identification. Examples might include a man with a high voice, a woman with prominent facial hair, or a person with anomalous genitalia (more correctly referred to as "intersex").
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Gender Comformity
When gender identity and sex "match" (i.e. fit social norms). For example, a male who is masculine and identifies as a man.
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