13/06/2012 | ILGA-LAC equipo de comunicacion
We are looking for someone that contributes to the identification, research and publication of current national issues negatively affecting men and women from a gender approach, human rights, justice in the rural area and improving access to justice from an intercultural perspective. Also, to contribute to development &/or consolidation of coordinated local justice systems in order to provide a more adequate service to women and children affected by situations of violence in the rural areas. >>>
05/02/2012 | ILGA-LAC equipo de comunicacion
The Brazilian Association of Studies on Homoculture (ABEH) released the first version of the schedule, the menu of group themes, and the composition of the scientific commission of the VI International Conference of Studies on Sexual and Gender Diversity that is going to take place at UFBA (Federal University of Bahia) in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, on August 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 2012. The submission has to be made from February 1st to March 31st, 2012.
We are pleased to announce the IASSCS Publication Mentoring Program. The goal of this pre-submission paper review program is to provide an opportunity for young and/or less experienced junior researchers and/or activists on sexuality from the Global South (who are currently living/studying there) to receive feedback from more experienced researchers. This program will also provide an important learning and networking experience for paper writers and mentors alike. >>>
With a lexicon itself, types, places, parties and personalities, the cave bears has led to an important theoretical production. Beyond the cultural variations (urban anthropology continues to investigate), can also interrogate the ethical aspects of the appearance of a lifestyle that has barely reached maturity: bear cub culture. To feed a necessary debate, Soy offer a series of digressions necessary and the positions of two recognized international bear cub. >>>
Below is the Movement Advancement Project (MAP) press release announcing today's publication of the 2010 National LGBT Movement Report, now available online at www.lgbtmap.org. Also published today: "LGBT Movement Makes Major Advances, But Are They Sustainable?," a Huffington Post op-ed by MAP Executive Director Ineke Mushovic examining implications of the report's findings. >>>