The Asociación Nacional de Travestis y Transexuales (ANTRA) is a Brazilian network composed of 127 institutions that advocate for trans rights. Founded in the city of Porto Alegre in the year 2000, its mission is to identify, organize, educate, empower, and mobilize trans people across Brazil’s five regions, with the aim of achieving their recognition as equal citizens of Brazilian society.

ACTIONS

ANTRA documents cases of homicides of trans people in Brazil through the Trans Observatory.

 

ANTRA publishes annual reports on the human rights situation of trans people in Brazil since 2017.

 

ANTRA’s advocacy campaigns target harmful stereotyping and violence committed against trans people.

 

ANTRA offers legal support to trans people who wish to change their legal name and gender in official documents.

The Asociación Nacional de Travestis y Transexuales (ANTRA) is a Brazilian network composed of 127 institutions that advocate for trans rights. Founded in the city of Porto Alegre in the year 2000, its mission is to identify, organize, educate, empower, and mobilize trans people across Brazil’s five regions, with the aim of achieving their recognition as equal citizens of Brazilian society.

ACTIONS

ANTRA documents cases of homicides of trans people in Brazil through the Trans Observatory.

 

ANTRA publishes annual reports on the human rights situation of trans people in Brazil since 2017.

 

ANTRA’s advocacy campaigns target harmful stereotyping and violence committed against trans people.

 

ANTRA offers legal support to trans people who wish to change their legal name and gender in official documents.

Over

23

LGBTI people have been killed in

Brazil

between 2014 and 2019

REPORTS OF VIOLENCE IN BRAZIL