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Corporación Femm

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An organization devoted to LGBTI rights
Founded in 2007/07/31

Globe Member of ILGA since 2011


Address: Carrera 78 A # 9-39 Oficina D-101
Phone: 3006168808
Website:    http://www.corporacion-femm.org 


Contact: Cristina González Hurtado


Works on :
  • Local level
  • National level
Works for :
  • Lesbian community
  • Bisexual community
  • Trans community
  • Intersex community

Arts, culture, history and pride

Use of media and the internet
Pride/Action events
International Day Against Homophobia
Women’s day

LGBTI Education/Awareness

At the work place
Promoting LGBTI rights as Human rights
Raising awareness through mass media
Teaching LGBT rights in schools
Working against transphobia

LGBTI Families /Parenting

Legal recognition of parental role of a non biological parent
LGBT families


Breast and uterus cancer
Breast and Uterus Cancer Day
Prevention for women having sex with women
Sexual and reproductive health
Blood donation

Laws and leadership

Gender identity
Changing gender on official documents
Human rights
Freedom of expression
Global human rights agreements
Governmental leadership
International work through development aid
LGBTI movement (community organizing & leadership)
Regional human rights agreements
Sexual orientation
Anti discrimination law (sexual orientation) in employment
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The femm Corporation works in the creation and fortification of political, academic, social and cultural spaces and projects, that aim to peace and human development of the Colombian society, particularly of diverse women, diverse men and people of the LGBT sectors, acknowledged as subjects rights of special of protection with specific interests and needs. The Corporation supports initiatives of social mobilization with base organizations and develops integral strategies that look forward to recognition, protection, guaranty and restitution of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights both individually and collectively, with the approaches of differential and intersectional gender and perspectives of gender identities and sexual orientations.