The Department of Labor proposed a rule Wednesday allowing “religion-exercising organizations” with federal contracts to raise religious exemptions if accused of bias in their hiring practices.
Proposed rule would cement religious exemptions from bias claims. Move raises LGBT worker protection concerns
The answer turns on whether Title VII protects gay and transgender employees from discrimination
All of this seems to suggest that the push for transgender rights by the government was never about empowering the 440,000 transgender Indians, but a publicity stunt to showcase inclusive nationalism to the world at large.
It has been criticised by many as it does not provide reservation for employment and education, which is important to ensure social justice to the community.
Previously, activists had called for the full text of the Bill to be made available and had demanded that inputs and suggestions from the community be sought and incorporated into the Bill.
Unión Afirmativa [Affirmative Union] was formed on November 24, 2000 with the purpose of ensuring the application of international standards for protecting homosexual persons against discrimination based on their sexual orientation in Venezuela.
Read in detail the testimonies of nine LGBTI Christians who lives the struggles and threats of being LGBTI in a country that criminalize or prosecute them.
Attorney general says bill ‘is not intended to displace state law nor will it import specific provisions of international law’
House Passes National Defense Authorization Act with Amendment to End Trans Military Ban
The House on Thursday approved an amendment to the annual defense policy bill aimed at reversing President Trump’s policy banning most transgender people from serving in the military.
The administration's Commission on Unalienable Rights is stacked with people who have a history of "fighting against LGBTQ progress," critics say.