November 9, 2011 marks the 3rd annual celebration of One Day, One Struggle. This time, every year, CSBR member organizations join forces to… more »
One Day, One Struggle 2011
Lynn Darwich and Haneen Maikey Introduction Lately, the murmurs of Arab LGBT activists have been rising against a “trend” whose critical discourse delves… more »
In 2007, Meem was launched as a little lesbian support group in Lebanon. At the time, and after 4 years of trying to organize alongside a majority of gay men within the framework of LGBT public advocacy, we had understood that in order to create a strong and empowered movement, we were to create a safe space to ourselves as women first. We had also understood that for women to feel safe enough to explore, share, and experience their relationships with their sexuality, confidentiality and anonymity had to be key elements in our organizing.
القالب غالب… فلنكسره
نهار السبت الماضي 23 اوكتوبر/ تشرين اول، تم الاحتفال بالمتحولات/ين والمغايريين/ات جنسيا وجندريا وثنائي/ات الجنس والجندر عالميا(Tran Identities i.e. Transexuals and Intersexed people). نظمت الحلقات الحوارية والنقاشات والاحتفالات والتظاهرات والتحركات لدعم هذه القضية في حوالي 60 مدينة
Breaking the Silence about our Bodies
As part of the “One Day, One Struggle” 2010 campaign to promote sexual and bodily rights in Muslim societies, Nasawiya, Helem and Meem… more »
One Day, One Struggle: Promoting Sexual and Bodily Rights with a Video Campaign
November 9 marks the annual international “One Day, One Struggle” campaign, a unique effort to underscore the joint struggle against the violation of… more »
I’m born free! But will I live free?
In Turkey on November 9, 2010, in the scope of the 2nd international CSBR “One Day, One Struggle” campaign, panels and workshops were… more »
One Day, One Struggle: Activities Around the World
Under the slogan “Sexual Rights are Human Rights!” organizations around the world have been or will be organizing a variety of activities and… more »