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Creating Anti-Elite Discourses: SOGIE Populations and the UN Nick J. Mulé Abstract The bleak status of gender and sexually diverse (SOGIE) populations in most countries worldwide, casts a light on the United Nations (UN) to address the oppressions these communities face. Although

In: Connecting, Rethinking and Embracing Difference

distinct from considerations related to gender identity and gender expression. Another initialism, sogie , or sometimes sogiesc , represents a different way to think about the topic of sex and sexuality, focusing on the categories of sexual orientation ( so ), gender identity and expression ( gie ), and

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In: International Journal of Military History and Historiography

Expression, sometimes shortened to sogie , more broadly. This line of scholarly inquiry examines the implications of the state asserting that control on military law, regulation, and policy. Changes in the military’s regulatory regime legitimised and sanctioned leading social, medical, psychological, and

In: International Journal of Military History and Historiography

-Elite Discourses: SOGIE Populations and the UN 13 Nick J. Mule Beyond Intersectionality 27 Jackson Wright Shultz and Kristopher Shultz Perversion 37 Anthony Gambrell Criticising Proper Gayness: Counter-Discourses at the Intersection of 47 Ethnic

In: Connecting, Rethinking and Embracing Difference

equality. Specifically, these shifts provide an opening to challenge the enduring marginalisation of the LGBTQ community. Recently, unprecedented moves have been initiated to advance their rights and interests in the country. One is called the SOGIE Equality Bill. It is a proposed legislation to

In: Religion & Human Rights

1 Anti-Discrimination Policy-Making in the Philippines 1 The Philippine Congress proposed nine anti-discrimination bills since 2000, yet a national anti-discrimination law to protect one’s sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression ( SOGIE ) remains elusive (Bilon 2021a). Hate

In: Philippine Political Science Journal
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tradition, and court cases contesting discrimination against people based on their real or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity and expression ( SOGIE ) abounded. It may have seemed at the time that such activism was a luxury that only prosperous democracies enjoyed. But for those paying close

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In: Arab Law Quarterly

Bollani, and suggested that a hou se be built near the mouth of the canal so that these innovat ions should not go unobserved .l" Whether Anguissola mentioned the complaint to Bollani is not known, but his letter to him of March 23 refers to the repairs to the two stakes, the laying of the sog/ie, and the

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-tu sogie-du if blind.SG.NOM lead‑3SG other.SG‑PAR blind.SG‑PAR d. V ku soged taluta-b toiže-n if blind.SG.NOM lead‑3SG other.SG‑GEN/ACC sogeda-n blind.SG‑GEN/ACC ‘if a blind man leads another blind man’ (Matt. 15:14) The noun objects in the small section of Votic have been compared with the

In: Case Alternations in Five Finnic Languages
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: improving SOGIE claims assessment?. Forced Migration Review 56, pp. 80–83; Danisi, Dustin, Ferreira, Held (n 8) 260. 18 UNHCR Guidelines No. 1 (n 16) paras. 22–23; UNHCR , Guidelines No. 9 (n 16) para. 13. See also Sosa, L. (2017). Intersectionality in the Human Rights Legal Framework on

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In: European Journal of Migration and Law