International and Immigration

Multi-National Collaboration

  • Connecting U.S. based trans activists and communities with activists in other countries
  • Global situational mapping
  • Global solutions
  • Best practices and tensions related to collaboration with other communities defined by sexual orientation, race, philosophical or political persuasion, socioeconomic class, and other characteristics in an international context
  • The developing global infrastructure for trans human rights
  • Developing shared terminology that enables effective communication across national, cultural, and linguistic boundaries
  • Models for respectful partnership across national and cultural boundaries
  • Collaboration with unlikely partners (e.g. faith-based groups, school education/ youth organizations, mainstream gender sector, refugee organizations, etc.)
  • Trans  Health around the World
  • International Hospitality and Human Rights