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“Lesbian, bisexual, trans women, trans men, and queer persons (LBTQ) exist in all of human diversity. Our issues and concerns cut across diverse groups and communities, including other marginalized groups such as people with disabilities, refugees, migrant workers, and indigenous peoples. LBTQ persons experience multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination and violence in multiple spaces based on our assigned, actual, or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity...
Speech by Roberta Clarke at the Advancing and Monitoring Workshop on Women’s Political Participation in ASEAN
Speech by Roberta Clarke, UN Women Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific and Representative in Thailand, at the Advancing and Monitoring Women’s Political Participation in ASEAN Workshop to Review Country Research Papers, 29-30 April, Siem Reap, Cambodia
In 1992 Cambodia ratified the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). The move responded to the groundswell of grassroots momentum built by women who were fighting to pull themselves out of poverty and neglect and who were, one by one, claiming their rights to peace and development.