Presentations on international human rights law’s prohibitions on sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination
The ICJ emphasizes that nations undergoing constitutional reform processes have a unique opportunity to develop protections against sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination.
These protections are solidly grounded in international human rights law. The universality and indivisibility of this body of law is reflected in the newly-developed Yogyakarta Principles.
Nepal-Three Presentations on Nepal’s new Constitution and Fundamental Rights of Minorities-Publications-2008 (full text, PDF)Occasional PapersPublications