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Morelos Sin Discriminación

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An organization devoted to LGBTI rights
Founded in 2009/05/01

Globe Member of ILGA since 2011


Address: Coyotepec 17
Cuernavaca 62121
Website:    http://morelossindisc.blogspot.com/ 


Contact: David Galaviz


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

Arts, culture, history and pride

Performing arts
Use of media and the internet
Visual arts
Ethnic / racial identity & affiliation
Indigenous peoples
Pride/Action events
International Day Against Homophobia
Women’s day
Workers’ 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

Hate crime and violence prevention

Monitoring Hate crime
Monitoring violence at Pride events


Anti retroviral drugs
On site HIV/AIDS testing
World AIDS Day

Laws and leadership

Gender identity
Changing name on official documents
Individuals in jail or punished for being transgender
Anti discrimination law (gender identity) in employment
Anti discrimination law (gender identity) in social services
LGBTI movement (community organizing & leadership)
Regional human rights agreements
Yogyarkarta Principles
Anti discrimination law (sexual orientation) in employment
Anti discrimination law (sexual orientation) in social services

Religion & social institutions

Gender identity
Marriage / civil unions
Homosexuality and Buddhism
Homosexuality and Christianity
Homosexuality and Islam
Homosexuality and Judaism
Homosexuality within a religious/ ethical framework
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We are an organization in the State of Morelos, in South-Central Mexico that works against discrimination locally mostly, as well as nationally through participation in different activities done simultaneously in different parts of the country by different groups. In the state of Morelos, we organized the First March Against Homophobia and Discrimination (Primera Marcha Morelense contra la Homofobia y la Discriminacion) in 2009. Since then, and beginning with that first activity, our objective has been to make visible the fact that Homo-Lesbo-Transphobia is part of the bigger social problem of discimination, wich is very serious in our region. We believe discrimination relates toa severe lack of a democratic culture, of respect and acceptance of difference. With most activities we organize, we try to make the point of how discrimination affects people's rights and denies them access to common oportunities most people have and everybody should have, regardless of the color of their skin, their ethnic origin, socioeconomic extraction, health conditions in general and specifically their HIV status, their sexual preference or orientation, and appearance or choice of gender adscription.