LEGAL PROGRAMME

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YOUTH PROGRAMME

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THE LGBT CENTRE IN A NUTSHELL

Our successful policy advocacy strategy led to the outlawing of discrimination as a criminal offence under the new Criminal Code of 2015, prohibition of discrimination in crucial health sector laws and proposed new Labour Law, with protected grounds including sexual orientation, gender identity and health status.

We are an internationally and domestically acclaimed human rights organisation: we were awarded Felipa de Souza Award in 2011 and Asian Milestone of the Year Award in 2016. We were also named the 2010 Human Rights Defender Organisation of the Year (domestic).

We train 15-20 young people annually as human rights defenders through our Youth Leadership for Human Rights Program.

We serve not only LGBTI people, but the entire society through providing knowledge and information on sexual orientation, gender identity and sexuality, training and capacity building for service providers and working with academia to include such information in the school and university curricula.

Through partnerships with organisations that share our values, we work to build a more just and equitable society for everyone.

We work to make our programming and services accessible in order to enable disabled LGBTI people to enjoy their rights.

Our Arts-4-Rights Initiative aims to promote both young artists' engagement on LGBTI issues as well as their art.