The Honorable Supreme Court of India made 2 historic judgements in the past decade with regards to the LGBT community. The first one called the NALSA judgement pronounced in 2014 recognised the rights and existence of the Transgender community for the first time. The second was the amendment of Sec 377 of IPC pronounced in Sep 2018 which decriminalised the homosexual act.
On the occasion of International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia on 17th May 2021, we invite you to be part of the discussion on the consequences of the legal recognition for the LGBT and its way forward!
Moderated by: Manvendra Singh Gohil (Lakshya Trust)
- Kalki Subramaniam (Transgender Rights activist and artist, poet and founder of Sahodari Foundation)
- Rahul Upadhyay (Gay activist)
- Usha Sushil Kumar (Environmental activist)
- Winnie Chopra (Veteran lesbian)