IDAHOT Report 2015: Uruguay

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Uruguay once again hosted the celebration of sexual diversity and gender on May 17th with government activities and civil society organizations.
The National Social Agency presented its strategic pathway policy towards comprehensive health care for trans people, entitled “Towards a comprehensive health policy in sexual diversity”.
The organization Colectivo Ovejas Negras, together with local psychology students, performed an urban intervention showing the impact of stigma on self-esteem of people. Discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity still remains one of the serious problems to deal with in Uruguay.

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