Coming soon, we hope:

A more complete list of links to organizations that can provide assistance to LGBTI people in difficulty in most or all of the 76-plus countries with anti-LGBTI laws.

BotswanaLeGaBiBo (Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals of Botswana) is the first LGBTI organization in Botswana. Online contact page.

KenyaGALCK (Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya), P.O. Box 13005 – 00100, Nairobi, Kenya. GALCK’s vision is a safe and enabling environment for SOGIE organizations and individuals in Kenya. Online contact page.

International:

The Human Rights Council Special Procedures program is mandated to take up individual cases of human rights violations, when appropriate. A local NGO or the victim’s legal representative can submit the information on their behalf if the person is  not able to: https://www.ohchr.org/en/hrbodies/sp/pages/communications.aspx.  Cases can only be reviewed with the consent of the individuals in question or from their legal representatives. The program can intervene directly with governments on allegations of violations of human rights that come within their mandates by means of letters, which include urgent appeals and other communications.

ILGA‘s Trans Legal Mapping Report, a research project of ILGA’s Gender Identity and Gender Expression Programme, aims to call attention to issues of gender identity and expression around the world. It covers laws and legal procedures for trans and gender-diverse people to change their identity markers on official documents, as well as the conditions that allow for these processes to take place. ILGA is the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association.