Gender Inclusion

application/pdfChildren's SOGIESC Rights Thailand 3rd UPR Advocacy SheetSITUATION OF CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH DIVERSE SEXUAL ORIENTATION, GENDER IDENTITY, EXPRESSION, AND SEX CHARACTERISTICS (SOGIESC) IN THAILAND During the 2nd cycle in 2016, Thailand received one recommendation on SOGIESC from Mexico to eradicate violence against women regardless of sexual identity. Although no specific recommendation on children and youth with diverse SOGIESC, continued efforts and progress have been made. This includes drafts of gender recognition laws, draft marriage equality bill, establishment of sexual harassment support center for students, and more universities allow students to dress according to their gender identity. At a national level, the Gender Equality Act (2015) prohibits gender-based discrimination; however, no child has filed any complaint through this mechanism due to the lack of information, awareness and child-friendly access, consisting of eight leading child rights and LGBTIQ+ organizations, led five consultations with 84 children and youth, spanning the ages of 12 to 23, to gather their reflections on their respective situations and recommendations concerning their rights.15/09/2021462KB
application/pdfChildren’s SOGIESC Rights Joint Submission for UPR 3rd CycleChildren’s SOGIESC Rights Joint Submission for UPR 3rd Cycle Prepared by The Coalition of CSOs and INGOs for Children’s SOGIESC Rights – Thailand for the 39th Session of the Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review23/08/2021277KB
application/pdfการทํางานกับเด็กโดยคํานึงถึงความหลากหลาย อัตลักษณ์ทางเพศ แนวทางการทํางานกับเด็กโดยคํานึงถึงความหลากหลาย อัตลักษณ์ทางเพศ รสนิยมทางเพศ การแสดงออก และลักษณะทางกายภาพ SOGIESC (Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression, and Sex Characteristics)18/05/202118MB
application/pdfEvery Last GirlThe report provides a snapshot of the situation for girls, ranking 144 countries from best to worst in which to be a girl, based on five indicators – early marriage, adolescent pregnancy, maternal mortality, women in parliament, and lower secondary school completion. Thailand currently ranks as the 81st country, with Vietnam at 47, Indonesia at 74, Cambodia at 89, and Laos at 101.12/10/20161MB
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