Christian role models for LGBT Equality. This new report from Stonewall tells the stories of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans Christians, as well as Christian allies, who have stood up for equality in their churches and communities.
Sex work: from 'illegitimate' to an ethical industry? This new addition to the toolkit comes from the Reproductive Health Matters blog and reports on the launch of the Sex Work Law Map.
Sex workers' rights: mapping policy around the world. In a Guardian article added to the toolkit, Cheryl Overs, the creator of a the Sex Work Law Map explains how it could help tackle decades of misinformation.
ICTs for feminist movement building A guide to help activists think through their communication strategies has been added to the toolkit, produced by Just Associates, Association for Progressive Communications and Women'sNet.
Sexuality and social justice: What’s law got to do with it? A new report has been added to the toolkit which documents the work of a March 2015 international symposium held to address exactly this question.
The ten 'faces' of sexuality in Uganda. Sylvia Tamale maps out how aspects of sexuality have been manifested in Uganda, intersections with human rights and the social norms which help mould them.
"Prostitution is a human right" said nobody ever. In a new addition to the toolkit, Cheryl Overs and Ntokozo Yingwana explore Amnesty International's policy on sex work and the world's reaction.
Sex workers celebrate Amnesty's 'empowering' policy. An article has been added to the toolkit by Kay Thi Win of the Asia Pacific Network of Sex Workers explaining why they support decriminalisation.
Queer liberation and the oldest profession. In this addition to the toolkit, Diane Anderson-Minshall celebrates the relationship between sex work and LGBT liberation.
LGBT rights stripped from UN development goals. News report from Pink News added to the toolkit about the removal of mentions of LGBT rights from the Sustainable Development Goals.