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'The Global Guide to Queer Rights' - ReportOUT Book
Our upcoming book, the ‘Global Guide to Queer Rights’ will outline the current context of human rights abuses against sexual and gender minorities in every nation state across the globe.
This book will be suitable for schools, colleges, universities, INGOs, travelers, tourists, international volunteers, and casual readers.
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Read more about our book below.
Are you travelling to another country?
Volunteering or studying abroad?
Or an organisation or individual wanting to understand what is happening to sexual and gender minorities in each nation state?
If so, our book will be for you!
Our upcoming book, the ‘Global Guide to Queer Rights’ will be the first of its kind and will be a ‘go to’ guide for anyone interested in knowing more about the situation faced by sexual and gender minorities in every country around the world.
Containing brief summaries of each nation state, it will outline
what life is like in each country covering some of the following topics:
queer histories of the nation state;
the legal situation;
social attitudes toward sexual and gender minorities;
the role of cultural and societal institutions;
the role of religious institutions;
the role of political institutions;
dangers faced by sexual and gender minorities;
the existence of organisations and activism;
recent milestones for sexual and gender minorities and their communities.
This book is still in production, however more details will appear on this page soon. If you would like to hear about this book, please
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Would you like to develop a partnership with us to research the human rights abuses and development needs of sexual and gender minorities in YOUR nation state or region?
ReportOUT warmly welcome partnerships with activists, campaigners and organisations in different nations states to work with us to research, document and inform the human rights abuses and development needs of gender and sexual minorities. This may be a country report about a nation state, or a more thematic research project examining a particular issue within a country. If you are interested in partnering with us, please click below to find out more.