Welcome to Yogyakarta Principles in Action
This website tracks the use of the Principles to make the information available to activists, lawyers, academics, governments, and others to further their work in the area of sexual orientation and gender identity. It also has a chapter dedicated to Yogyakarta Principles plus 10, Additional Principles and State Obligations on the Application of International Human Rights Law in Relation to Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Gender Expression and Sex Characteristics to Complement the Yogyakarta Principles adopted on November 2017.
The Activist’s Guide, an introduction to the Principles to facilitate a deeper understanding of them and to foster their use and promotion, can be viewed, and for printed copies, see here. For a copy of the guide, in English and Spanish, check out this page: Activist’s Guide.
The report The Impact of the Yogyakarta Principles on International Human Rights Law Development – A Study of November 2007 – June 2010, is a comprehensive examination of how the Principles are being used and/or referred to on a global scale in the area of human rights regarding sexual orientation and gender identity.
As Yogyakarta Principles have turned 10 years since they were released, we have been developing articles and communications pieces highlighting the impact the Principles have had on the lives of LGBT people, the potential they created for civil society, and the work that needs to be done going forwards.
We welcome information on work related to the Principles in any area.
Please contact the Project Coordinator to submit information. The information we receive is uploaded as is – we do not edit or review any of the documents.