Questions à Me Isabelle Schoenacker-Rossi, membre du conseil d’administration d’Avocats Sans Frontières France: «Surprise que des Mauriciens demandent le droit d’asile en France»
Despite the progress made, in Mauritius, the different laws do not cater for a number of employment related rights, conditions and benefits for LGBTQ people – trans people have no labour rights soever under the different laws, no workers’ benefits for a same-sex partner in case of the death of the other working partner and skewed discrimination for LGBTQ people under the Civil Service Family Protection Scheme Act.
The Young Queer Alliance is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates who wish to be considered as Project Officer for the organisation under the “Empowering LGBTQ youth through rights awareness, social support and HIV screening at the Young Queer Alliance for their physical and mental well-being and to reduce HIV incidence” project.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates who wish to be considered for one post of Manager and Advocate for the Young Queer Alliance in implementing the Project on a contractual basis for a period of 1-year renewable with a probation period of 6 months starting April 2022.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates who wish to be considered for one post of Administrative and Support Staff for the Young Queer Alliance in implementing the Project on a contractual basis for a period of 1-year renewable with a probation period of 6 months starting April 2022.
Young LGBT activists seek to establish equality and freedom under the law for LGBT persons at the Supreme Court of Mauritius by challenging the constitutionality of Section 250
The Young Queer Alliance is inviting applications from suitably qualified candidates who wish to be considered as HIV tester for the organisation on a freelance basis starting February 2022 up to January 2023.
The Young Queer Alliance is inviting for Expression of Interest (EOI) from Academics, Legal Practitioners, Law firms and Human Rights Consultancy firms to submit a thematic research with regard to: “Trans equality in Mauritius through universal human rights lenses”.
The PlanetRomeo Foundation supported the Young Queer Alliance to supply face masks, hand sanitizers and food packs to 20 LGBTQ people in Mauritius affected by the COVID-19 lockdown.
On the occasion of the Human Rights Day 2021, a one-day symposium on the theme “Diminie inegalite, avanceman drwa imin” was organised by the Young Queer Alliance (YQA) on the 15 December 2021to raise awareness among policy makers, public sector actors, the private sector representatives, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and other human rights bodies on the situation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer (LGBTQ) in Mauritius.