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Yogyakarta Principles

Yogyakarta Principles

Yogyakarta Principles

In 2006, in response to well-documented patterns of abuse, a distinguished group of international human rights experts met in Yogyakarta, Indonesia to outline a set of international principles relating to sexual orientation and gender identity. The result was the Yogyakarta Principles: a universal guide to human rights which affirm binding international legal standards with which all States must comply. They promise a different future where all people born free and equal in dignity and rights can fulfil that precious birthright.

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Mylo Egipciaco
Mylo Egipciaco (Faculty)
4 years ago
Please specify which Yogyakarta Principle is your preferred one, and why? Write your first name and last name initial in parenthesis at the end. Thank you!
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