New Frontiers of LGBTQ Liberation is a blog series by the Oxford Human Rights Hub which explores the present and future of queer justice.
This series examines contemporary developments in the struggle for LGBTQ+ liberation. The contributions to this series will cover, among other things, the invisibility of intersex people from LGBTQ+ politics; the recognition of welfare rights as LGBTQ+ rights; and domestic abuse in LGBTQ+ relationships.
This series has been curated by OxHRH Blog Editor, Son Olszewski and we are grateful for all the hard working in bringing together this invaluable resource on LGBTQ Liberation.
Son Olszewski: ‘New Frontiers of LGBTQ+ Liberation’
Mansi Singh and Mihir Rajamane: ‘Welfare as a Human Right: An Intersectional Approach to Trans Rights in India’
Akshat Agarwal: ‘Trends in the Legal Uptake of India’s Landmark Trans Rights Decision’
Sabrina Golds: ‘Unequal Protection for LGBT+ Victims of Domestic Abuse’
Gonzalo J. Monge: Peru: ‘School Curricula as New Sites of LGBTQ+ Liberation’