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Where can I find additional resources on sexual health and human rights for LGBT and sex workers?
To further your understanding on the topic of sexual health and human rights, a list of commonly used resources has been compiled and organized into the following categories:
When applicable, resources for this chapter have been further divided into three areas of sexual rights work:
- LGBT rights
- Sex workers’ rights
- Sexual and reproductive health
Declarations and resolutions: UN
- Fourth World Conference on Women (Beijing 1995)
The Platform for Action of the Beijing Conference states that “the human rights of women include their right to have control over and decide freely and responsibly on matters related to their sexuality, including sexual and reproductive health, free of coercion, discrimination and violence.”
- International Conference on Population and Development (Cairo 1994)
The Programme of Action of the ICPD does not refer to sexual rights, but it contains references to the link between sexuality, sexual health, and reproductive health, and to the right of adolescents to information about sexuality and sexual health.
Declarations and Resolutions: non-UN
- ADEFRA Declaration on Violence Against Lesbian Women in Africa
- American Psychological Association Policy Statement on Discrimination against Homosexuals
Source: Conger, J.J. (1975). Proceedings of the American Psychological Association, Incorporated, for the year 1974: Minutes of the annual meeting of the Council of Representatives. American Psychologist, 30, 620-651. www.apa.org/pi/lgbc/policy/discrimination.html.
- European Parliament Resolutions on Racism and Homophobia (January 2006)
- Petition: Putting Sexuality on the Agenda (NGO petition to put sexuality on the agenda at the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, 1995)
- Recommendation 1474, Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (“Situation of Lesbians and Gays in the Council of Europe Member Sates”)
- The Montreal Declaration (adopted by the International Scientific Committee of the International Conference on LGBT Human Rights, July 2006)
- Transfeminist Manifesto by Emi Koyama
- Yogyakarta Principles on the Application of International Human Rights Law in Relation to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
Source: yogyakartaprinciples.org, released March 26, 2007 by a group of 29 international human rights experts
Sex workers’ rights
- A Declaration on the International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers (Zi Teng, Hong Kong, 2005)
- Declaration on the Rights of Sex Workers (International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe, 2005)
- Durbar Mahila Samanwaya Committee Manifesto for Sex Workers’ Rights. (1997)
- Sex Workers in Europe Manifesto (International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe, 2005)
- Sisonke Sex Worker Movement Mission Statement (South Africa, 2004)
- World Charter for Prostitutes Rights (International Committee for Prostitutes Rights, Amsterdam 1985)
Sexual and reproductive health and rights
- Altman, D. Global Sex. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL. 2001.
- Correa, S. “From Reproductive Health to Sexual Rights: Achievements and Future Challenges.” Abstract available at www.siyanda.org/search/summary.cfm?
- Duggan, Lisa and Nan Hunter. Sex Wars: Sexual Dissent and Political Culture. New York: Routledge, 1995.
- Esplen, E. Gender and Sexuality: Supporting Resources Collection. BRIDGE Development and Gender. Brighton, UK: University of Sussex Press, 2007.
- Mann, Jonathan, Daniel J.M. Tarantola, and Thomas W. Netter (eds.), AIDS in the World: A Global Report. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1992.
- Misra, G. and R. Chandiramani, Sexuality, Gender, and Rights: Exploring Theory and Practice in South and Southeast Asia. New Delhi, India: Sage, 2005.
- Parker, R. Barbosa, R. and Aggleton, P. eds. Framing the Sexual Subject: The Politics of Gender, Sexuality and Power. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000.
- Currah, P., Juang, R.M., Price Minter, S. eds. Transgender Rights. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2006.
- Eskridge, W. and Hunter, N. Sexuality, Gender, and the Law. New York:Foundation Press, 2004.
- Feinberg, L. Transgender Warriors: Making History from Joan of Arc to Dennis Rodman. Boston: Beacon Press, 1996.
- Heinze. E. Sexual Orientation: A Human Right. The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1995.
- Israel, Gianna E.; Tarver, Donald E. and Shafer, Dianne. Transgender Care: Recommended Guidelines, Practical Information and Personal Accounts. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1998.
- Meyer, I.H. & M. E. Northridge, eds. The Health of Sexual Minorities: Public Health Perspective on Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender Populations Kluwer/Spinger Press, 2007.
- Stryker, Susan and Whittle, Stephen. The Transgender Reader. New York and London: Routledge, 2006.
- Wintemute, R. Sexual Orientation and Human Rights: The United States Constitution, the European Convention, and the Canadian Charter. Oxford, England: Clarendon Paperbacks, 1995.
- Alexander, P. and Delacoste, F. eds. Sex Work. Seattle, WA: Cleis Press, 1988.
- Brussa, Licia, ed. Health, Migration and Sex Work: The Experience of TAMPEP. Amsterdam: TAMPEP International, 1999.
- Ditmore, Melissa, ed. Encyclopedia of Prostitution and Sex Work. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2006.
- Kempadoo, K. and Doezema, J. eds. Global Sex Workers. New York and London: Routledge, 1998.
- Kempadoo, K., et al eds. Prostitution and Trafficking Reconsidered. Boulder, CO:Paradigm Publishers, June, 2005.
- Mann, Jonathan, Daniel J.M. Tarantola, and Thomas W. Netter (eds.), AIDS in the World: A Global Report. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1992. See especially discussions of sex work, pp. 344-345, 372-381.
- Overs, C. and Longo, P. Making Sex Work Safe. London: Russell, 1997.
- Pheterson, G. The Prostitution Prism, Amsterdam, The Netherlands: University of Amsterdam Press. June, 1996.
- Pheterson G ed. Vindication of the Rights of Whores. Seattle, WA: Seal Press, 1989.
- Vanwesenbeeck, Ine, Prostitutes’ Well-Being and Risk. Amsterdam: VU University Press, 1994.
Sexual and reproductive health
- Chavkin, W. and Chesler, E. 2005. Where Human Rights Begin – Health, Sexuality, and Women in the New Millennium. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2005.
- Parker, R. and Aggleton, P, eds., Culture, Society and Sexuality: A Reader, Second Edition. London: UCL Press, 2007.
Reports, key articles, and other documents
- 2004 Report of the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health
- Fried, S. and Landsberg-Lewis, I. 2000. Sexual Rights: From Concept to Strategy. pp. 91-122 in K. Askin and D. Koenig, eds, Women’s Human Rights Reference Guide. New York: Transnational Press.
- Lkkaracan, P. and Jolly, S. 2007. Gender and Sexuality: Overview Report. BRIDGE Development and Gender. Brighton, UK: University of Sussex Press.
- Rubin, Gayle. Thinking Sex: Notes for a Radical Theory of the Politics of Sexuality. In Nardi, P. M. and Schneider, B.E., eds. Social Perspectives in Lesbian and Gay Studies; A Reader. New York: Routledge, 1984.
- Amnesty International. Crimes of Hate, Conspiracy of Silence: Torture and Ill-Treatment based on Sexual Identity” (London, Amnesty International Publications, 2001).
- Amnesty International. New York City: Abuse of Transgender Women by New York City Police Officers (New York, 2006).
- Bockting, W. O. and Avery, E. (eds). Transgender Health and HIV Prevention, published simultaneously as special issue of International Journal of Transgenderism, Vol. 8, Issue 2/3 (2005), The Haworth Press.
- Bockting, W.O. and Kirk, S. (eds). Transgender and HIV: Risks, prevention and care. Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, 2001. Originally published as a special issue of International Journal of Trangenderism 3.1+2.
- Bockting, W. O., Rosser, B.R.S., and Coleman, E. Transgender HIV Prevention: A Model Education Workshop. Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association 4(4): 175-183.
- Cameron E. Sexual orientation and the constitution: A test case for human sights, in South African Legal Journal, Vol110 (1993), no 3, 450-472.
- Critical Health Needs for MTF Transgenders of Color - Center for AIDS Prevention Studies
- Feldman, J. and Bockting, W. Transgender Health. Minnesota Medicine Volume 86 (2003), July 2003.
- Gooren, Louis J. G. Hormonal Sex Reassignment. International Journal of Transgenderism, 3 (1999) 3.
- Gorton, N.; Buth, J, Spade, D. Medical Therapy and Health Maintenance for Transgender Men: A Guide for Health Care Providers. 2005.
- Human Rights Watch and International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC), More than a Name: State-Sponsored Homophobia and Its Consequences in Southern Africa (2003).
- Human Rights Watch, In a Time of Torture: The Assault on Justice In Egypt’s Crackdown on Homosexual Conduct (New York, 2004).
- IGLHRC. Off the Map: How HIV/AIDS Programming Is Failing Same-Sex Practicing People in Africa (2007).
- IGLHRC, Making the Mountain Move: An Activist's Guide to How International Human Rights Mechanisms Can Work for You
- Joint Statement: Four key experts (on proposed Nigerian legislation to criminalize same-sex relations, February 2007).
- Keatley, J. and Clements-Nolle, K. Factsheet: What are the Prevention Needs of Male-to-Female Transgender Persons? University of California, San Francisco, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, (2001) (Spanish/Español).
- Lurie, S. Overview of Transgender Issues for College Health Centers. College Health in Action, Vol. 45(April/May/June 2006) 4, p. 1 and 10.
- Lurie, S. Identifying Training Needs of Health Care Providers, in Transgender Health and HIV Prevention, (2005), The Haworth Press. [PDF Document]
- Macovei, M. and Coman, A. Implications for HIV/AIDS of laws affecting men who have sex with men in Romania. Bucharest Acceptance Group (ACCEPT), 1998.
- Maguen, S, Shipherd, J, Harris, H, Providing Culturally Sensitive Care for Transgender Patients. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 12(2005): 479-490.
- Moore, E; Wisniewski, A; Dobs, A. Endocrine Treatment of Transsexual People: A Review of Treatment Regimens, Outcomes and Adverse Effects. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 88 (2003) 8 [PDF Document]
- National Coalition for LBGT Health. An Overview of US Trans Health Priorities, (2004) [PDF Document]
- National LGBT health summit, London 2006.
- Norwegian Statement on ECOSOC Status for LGBT NGOs.
- Oriel, K. A. Medical care of Transsexual Patients. Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association 4 (2000) 4: 185-193.
- People’s Union for Civil Liberties. Human Rights Violations against the Transgender Community.
- Post, P, (2002), Crossing to Safety: Transgender Health and Homelessness, Healing Hands: A publication of the Health Care for the Homeless Clinician's Network, 6 (4), June 2002.
- Saiz, I. Bracketing Sexuality: Human Rights and Sexual Orientation-A Decade of Development and Denial at the UN (Health and Human Rights: An International Journal: Special Focus: Sexuality, Human Rights, and Health Vol. 7, No. 2. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.)
- Smith, D and Walter, J. Improving Services to Transgender Students, Improving Services to All Students. Student Health Spectrum, Special issue on Cultural Competency: A Publication of the Chickering Group, January 2005. See pp. 29-34.
- Spack, N. Transgenderism. Lahey Clinic Medical Ethics, in collaboration with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Fall 2005, Vol. 12, Issue 3.
Sex workers’ rights
- Agustín, Laura. Conexiones Para Migrantes/Connexions for Migrants.
- Agustín, L. 2006. The Disappearing of a Migration Category: Migrants Who Sell Sex. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 32, 1, 29-47.
- Agustín, Laura. La Industria del Sexo y “Las Migrantes.”
Source: www.geocities.com/litertulia/0041)_agustin.htm and www.nodo50.org/conexiones/Laura_Agustin/LAgustin_Disappearing.pdf
- Agustín, Laura. A Migrant World of Services. Social Politics 10 (2003): 377-96.
- Agustín, Laura. The Plight of Migrant Women: They speak, but who’s listening? In Women@Internet: Creating New Cultures in Cyberspace. Edited by Wendy Harcourt. London: Zed Books, 1999.
- Agustín, Laura. Sex Work & Migrations/Trabajo Sexual y Migraciones.
- Agustín, Laura, Trabajar en la industria del sexo. OFRIM/Suplementos, Madrid, June 2000.
Source: www.swimw.org/agustin.html (Spanish)
- Agustín, Laura and Jo Weldon. The Sex Sector: A Victory for Diversity. Global Reproductive Rights Newsletter 66/67 (2003): 31-34.
- Bindman, Jo, & Jo Doezema. Redefining Prostitution as Sex Work on the International Agenda. London: Anti-Slavery International, 1997.
- Cameron, Liz. Research: Empowering or Exploitative? Partnership for Prevention: A Report of a Meeting Between Women’s Health Advocates,Program Planners, and Scientists. New York and Washington, D.C.: Program Council for Women’s Health and the International Women’s Health Coalition, 1994.
- Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network. Sex, work, rights: reforming Canadian criminal laws on prostitution, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
- Central and Eastern European Harm Reduction Network, Sex Work, HIV/AIDS and Human Rights in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia (2005).
- Chapkis, Wendy. Trafficking, Migration, and the Law: Protecting Innocents, Punishing Immigrants. Gender & Society, 17 (2003): 923-37.
- Csete, J. & Seshu, M. (2004). Still Underground: Searching for Progress in Realizing the Human Rights of Women in Prostitution. HIV/AIDS Policy and Law Review, 9(3), 8-14.
- Ditmore, M. Trafficking in Lives: How Ideology Shapes Policy. In: Kempadoo, K., ed., Trafficking and Prostitution Reconsidered; New Perspectives on Migration, Sex Work and Human Rights. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Press, 2005.
- Ditmore, Melissa. L’éthique dans les Essays Incluant des Travailleuses du Sexe. Action 98 Paris, France: Act Up Paris, 2005. French.
- Ditmore, Melissa. New U.S. Funding Policies on Trafficking Affect Sex Work HIV-Prevention Efforts World Wide. SIECUS Report 33 (2005): 26-29.
- Ditmore, Melissa. Reaching Out to Sex Workers. Reaching the Hardly Reached (Program for Appropriate Technology and Health). 2002.
- Doezema, J. Forced to choose: Beyond the free v. forced prostitution dichotomy. In K. Kempadoo and J. Doezema (eds.), Global Sex Workers: Rights, Resistance and Redefinition, New York and London: Routledge, 1998.
- Donaldson, Stephen “Donny.” In A Million Jockers, Punks, and Queens: Sex Among American Male Prisoners and its Implications for Concepts of Sexual Orientation. New York: Stop Prisoner Rape, 1993.
- Global Alliance Against Trafficking in Women (GAATW). Human Rights in Practice: A Guide to Assist Trafficked Women and Children. Bangkok: GAATW, 1999.
- Goldman, E. (1917). The traffic in women. Reprinted in Anarchism and Other Essays, 177-194, Drinnon, R., ed. Dover: 1969.
- International Labour Organisation. The Sex Sector: The economic and social bases of prostitution in Southeast Asia edited by Lin Lean Lim, International Labour Office, Geneva, 1998.
- Kao, Tha, Chuon Srey Net, Sou Sotheavy, Pick Sokchea, and Chan Sopheak. “The Tenofovir Trial Controversy in Cambodia.” Research for Sex Work 7 (2004): 10-11.
- Kempadoo, K. Introduction: Globalizing Sex Workers’ Rights. pp. 1-28 in K. Kempadoo and Jo Doezema, eds. Global Sex Workers: Rights, Resistance, and Redefinition. New York: Routledge, 1998.
- Kempadoo, K. Slavery or Work? Reconceptualizing Third World Prostitution. positions, 7(1999) 225-238.
- Leigh, C. Inventing sex work. In Nagle, J., ed. Whores and Other Feminists. NY: Routledge, 1997.
- Lerum, Kari. Sexuality, Power, and Camaraderie in Service Work. Gender & Society, 18 (2004): 756-76.
- Lim, L. Lean. Introduction. The Sex Sector: The Economic and Social Bases of Prostitution in Southeast Asia. Geneva: International Labour Organization, 1998.
- Loff, Bebe, Carol Jenkins, Melissa Ditmore, Cheryl Overs and Rosanna Barbero. Unethical Clinical Trials in Thailand: a Community Response. The Lancet 6 (May 2005): 1618-1619.
- Longo, Paulo. From Subjects to Partners: Experience of a project in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Research for Sex Work 7 (2004).
- Montgomery, Heather. Children, Identity and Child Prostitution In a Tourist Resort in Thailand. In Global Sex Workers: Rights, Resistance and Redefinition. Edited by Kamala Kempadoo and Jo Doezema. London: Routledge, 1998.
- Morgan Thomas, Ruth. AIDS Risks, Alcohol, Drugs, and the Sex Industry: A Scottish Study. In Martin Plant, ed., AIDS, Drugs, and Prostitution. London: Tavistock/Routledge, 1990.
- Morgan Thomas, Ruth. HIV and the Sex Industry. In Bury, J., Morrison, V. and McLachlan, S., eds., Working with Women & AIDS: Medical, social, & counselling issues. London: Tavistock/Routledge, 1992. Morgan Thomas is a member of the International Network of Sex Work Projects and founder of Scot-PEP, in Edinburgh.
- Murray, Alison. Debt Bondage and Trafficking: Don’t Believe the Hype. In Global Sex Workers: Rights, Resistance, and Redefinition. Kamala Kempadoo and Jo Doezema, eds. New York and London: Routledge, 1998, pp. 51-64.
- NSW Rape Crisis Center. I am a Sex Worker.
- Open Society Institute Public Health Program. Fostering Enabling Legal and Policy Environments for Sex Workers’ Health and Human Rights. July, 2006. CD-ROM
- Pheterson, Gail, The Category “Prostitute” in Scientific Inquiry. The Journal of Sex Research August 1990 27(3):397-407. Also, in Pheterson, Gail, The Prostitution Prism. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 1996.
- PIVOT Legal Society, Beyond Decriminalisation: Sex Work, Human Rights, and a new Framework for Law Reform, 2006. PIVOT Legal Society, Vancouver, Canada.
- Saunders, P. with Miller, A. Harm Reduction, Health and Human Rights, and Sex Work, unpublished paper commissioned by the Open Society Institute, June 2006.
- Stella, l’amie de Maimie. EXXXpressions: Forum XXX Proceedings. May, 2005. CD-ROM.
- Thukral, Juhu & Melissa Ditmore. Revolving Door: An Analysis of Street-based Prostitution in New York City. Report issued by the Sex Workers Project at the New York: Urban Justice Center, 2005.
- Thukral, Juhu, Melissa Ditmore and Alexandra Murphy. Behind Closed Doors: An Analysis of Indoor Sex Work in New York City. New York: Urban Justice Center, 2005.
Source: www.urbanjustice.org/sexworkersproject and www.sexworkersproject.org/reports
- Vanwesenbeeck, I. (2001). Another decade of social scientific work on sex work: A review of research, 1990 – 2000. Annual Review of Sex Research, 12, 242-289.
- Vanwesenbeeck, I. (2005). Burnout among indoor female sex workers. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 34, 627 – 639.
- Weitzer, R. (2005). Flawed theory and method in studies of prostitution. Violence Against Women, 11, 934-949.
Sexual and reproductive health
Health protocols for LGBT and intersex people
- Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, New York City
Many community clinics use a combination of Tom Waddell Health Center and Callen-Lorde CHC Protocols. The Callen Lorde Protocols are only available by direct request (use link for request form). Providers like them because they are visit-by-visit specific and have a strong informed consent component. [PDF Document]
- Shifting the Paradigm of Intersex Treatment - Key Points of Comparison Between the Concealment-centered Model and the Patient-centered Model. Prepared by Dr. Alice Dreger for the Intersex Society of North America. [includes link to PDF Document]
- Standards of Care for Gender Identity Disorders, Sixth Version. Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association (February 20, 2001). [PDF Document]
- Tom Waddell Health Center Transgender Clinic, Protocols for Hormonal Reassignment of Gender, 2001.
- Understanding the Challenges Facing Gay and Lesbian South Africans: Some Guidelines for Service Providers.
Occupational safety standards for sex workers
- Africa: Behind the Mask
- "A Human Rights Investigation in the Medical "Normalization" of Intersex People" [PDF]. The product of years of work, this long-awaited report was released on May 5, 2005 by the San Francisco Human Rights Commission.
- ARC International
- Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center Transgender Page
- Center for Research and Comparative Legal Studies on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
- Emi Koyama’s website www.eminism.org, and resource page. Eminism.org is the web site for Emi Koyama, the activist/author/academic working on intersex, sex workers' rights, (queer) domestic violence, gender queer, anti-racism, and other issues.
- Equality and Parity: A Statewide Action for Transgender HIV Prevention and Care - Transcripts and audio recordings from conference held in San Francisco, May 5, 2005.
- Europe: European Region of the International Lesbian and Gay Association
- Gender Identity Project
- Hudson's FTM Resource Guide
- International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission
- International Lesbian and Gay Association
- Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center transgender training resources Powerpoint slideshows available for download
- Russian LGBT Network
- Southeastern Europe Queer Network
- Survivor Project - Non-profit organization for intersex and trans survivors of domestic and sexual violence
- The Sylvia Rivera Law Project works to guarantee that all people are free to self-determine gender identity and expression, regardless of income or race, and without facing harassment, discrimination or violence.
www.srlp.org/ and www.srlp.org/index.php?sec=03A&page=issues.
Training materials: www.srlp.org/index.php?sec=03L&page=trainingmat
- Transgender Awareness Training and Advocacy
- Transgender Care Project from the Transgender Health Program in Vancouver, Canada
- Trans-health.com - a volunteer-run website providing information on health and fitness for trans people.
- TS Roadmap.com - Resources focused on MTF transition concerns.
- Transsexual Women's Resources by Anne Lawrence
- UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies: TRANS Research
Sex workers’ rights
Sexual and reproductive health and rights
Blogs, Wikis, and list-serves
Sex workers’ rights
- International Union of Sex Workers website has instructions for joining their listserv.
- Laura Agustín maintains a romance-language listserv.
To join, write to email@example.com explaining why you would like to join.
- Sex Worker Rights Advocacy Network (SWAN) Newsletter
To subscribe or unsubscribe to SWAN News, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following text in the subject line: “Subscribe SWAN News”
- Sex Workers Present is the video blog of the Network of Sex Work Projects
- The Network of Sex Work Projects maintains various listservs, one general, and others regional.
- There are two African lists, one using French and one using English.
- To join, write to email@example.com, including your reasons for wanting to join.
- The Asia Pacific Network of Sex Workers listserv uses English. To join, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sexual and reproductive health and rights
- Family Care International. “Sexual and Reproductive Health: Presentation Tools.” 2001. CD-ROM.
- Global Reproductive Health Forum: A research library with bibliographic references on sexual rights.
www.hsph.harvard.edu/organizations/healthnet (This site is unavailable at this writing.)
- Reproductive and Sexual Health law list-serv ((REPROHEALTHLAW-L): an electronic mailing list managed by the Reproductive and Sexual Health Law Programme at the University of Toronto.
To subscribe, email email@example.com
- Women’s Human Rights Resources: Annotated bibliographic references on a wide range of topics, including sexual orientation, reproductive rights, violence against women, health and well-being, among others.
- CREA Sexuality and Rights Institute
- François-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard University, Health and Human Rights Conference List: An on-line listing of news, meetings and events, and information and resources.
- Goodrum, Alexander John. Gender Identity 101: A Transgender Primer.
- Program for the Study of Sexuality, Gender, Health, and Human Rights, Columbia University, New York. Program description, seminar listings, fellowship applications and other resources.
- SIDA, LGBT and Human Rights – 2007 Training Curriculum.
- Summer Institute on Sexuality, Culture and Society, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
- The South and Southeast Asia Resource Centre on Sexuality.
- The Swedish Association for Sexuality Education (RFSU)
- TARSHI South and South East Asia Training