Everyone has the right not to be discriminated against regardless of sexual orientation and taste, whether biological sex and gender identity are consistent, whether identified as a single sex, or whether or not he or she fulfills gender roles considered to be fixed on the basis of sex . Discrimination includes exclusion, restriction, and adverse treatment of LGBTI people, and all forms of unfair, unequal and oppressive situations that are created, maintained, or neglected.
We oppose any other discrimination, including gender, race, nationality, age, religion, disability, health and economic status, and discrimination against LGBTQ people, whether related to or separated from such discrimination. This declaration begins with the belief that it is the right and duty of everyone to make the content of substantive human rights the content of substantive human rights that have hitherto not been fully revealed or addressed, even when discrimination is real.
1. LGBTI people have the right to enjoy universal rights as human beings.
Human rights are universal rights granted to everyone. Transgender, lesbian, gay, bisexual (bisexual), queer, intersex (intersex), and asexual (asexual) all sexual minorities should be able to enjoy all rights as human beings.
2. LGBTI people have the right to express their sexual orientation, taste, and gender identity, and the right not to be infringed on privacy.
LGBTI people are respected for their sexual orientation, taste, and gender identity, and have the right to speak freely and confidently. She also has the right to self-determination regarding her sexual orientation and taste and her gender identity. And she has the right to choose whether or not to disclose information relating to her sexual orientation and taste, as well as her gender identity.
3. LGBTI people have the right to be guaranteed equal work opportunities that fit their aptitudes and abilities.
LGBTI people should not be denied employment or fired because of their sexual orientation, taste or gender identity. She also has the right not to be excluded from or discriminated against in promotions and positions, as well as being guaranteed equal work opportunities. And you have the right not to be excluded from or discriminated against in the public or private networks in the workplace.
4. LGBTI people have the right to receive education that respects their gender identity.
LGBTI people have the right to be educated in an environment that fully respects and presupposes that sexual orientation or taste may vary and that gender identity and biological gender may not match. These principles of education must be observed in all educational processes, not only in educational institutions, but also in society.
5. LGBTI people have the right to be recognized and fair trial before the law.
LGBTI people have the right not to be adversely affected by the law or excluded from a fair trial because they are LGBTI people. With regard to legal process, no one has the right to be free from oppression or pressure to hide or deny sexual orientation, preference or gender identity. In addition, LGBTI people have the right not to be exposed to prejudice and discrimination against LGBTI people in investigative and judicial institutions.
6. LGBTI people have equal access to, production and distribution of public goods such as housing and media.
LGBTQ views should be reflected in the process of production, distribution, and purchase of public goods. Methods that do not consider the lives of LGBTI people or contain discriminatory perceptions about LGBTI people should be modified.
7. LGBTI people have the right to form families and communities based on their sexual orientation, taste, and gender identity.
LGBTI people have the right to be recognized for the various types of families and communities that they independently constitute. In addition, families and communities constituted by LGBTI people have the right to be treated on an equal basis with families and communities made up only of non-LGBTI people. Everyone, including sexual minorities, should have the right to choose and decide who will be a guardian or companion on public documents and beneficiaries of various public and private insurances.
8. LGBTI people have the right to receive adequate medical services and have the right to be free from medical violations regarding their sexual orientation, preference, and gender identity.
LGBTI people have the right to continuous and high-quality medical support. In addition, beyond the paradigm of medical support based on non-LGBTQ people, they have the right to receive medical services that match their sexual orientation, taste, and gender identity. And sexual orientation, taste and gender identity should not be treated as diseases that require treatment. In other words, LGBTI people have the right not to be subjected to medical intrusion, such as being coerced into treatment or receiving medical treatment for suppression regarding their sexual orientation, taste, and gender identity.