Trans * Coalition in the post-Soviet space is an information and resource platform that unites trans-people and allies in order to develop and implement the tasks set.
Trans Coalition in the post-Soviet space was created in 2013 by activists and activists to promote the rights of transgender people. Their Coalition currently includes trans people and allies from 10 countries of the region: Azerbaijan,
Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine.
Since the creation of the Coalition, they have achieved that their work reflects the real needs and needs of the people, and has become strategic and systematic. Many participating in the Coalition have a clear civil and human rights position regarding their activism in their country.
At the moment, the Coalition's objectives are as follows:
to provide information and advice on trans-issues at the international level;
actively raise awareness of trans-people in post-Soviet and international institutions;
to support trans-movement through the development and implementation of networks and the preparation of programs that enable people to increase their potential,
initiate their own, and also promote joint work with academic researchers who study trans questions;
increase the capacity of trans-activists and activists in the region, in particular to strengthen the capacity of the coalition, partner organizations in different countries of the region;
promote the visibility of trans people at all levels of decision-making and create opportunities for the representation of the trans-community at all achievable levels;
to promote the change of legislation (rules) in the sphere of document change in some countries - in particular to change the procedures for legal recognition of sex;
actively contribute to the separation of medical and legal procedures for the change of documents in the region;
raise awareness of their human rights transgender people in their region.
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