Our project

2013 – Collective marriage management for same-sex couples in Mexico City.

First recognition of children from families in Mexico. 21 families.

Analysis and preparation of a constitutional amendment initiative, article 1 on sexual orientation and gender identity in the Senate, in collaboration with José Alberto Ontiveros, Patria Jiménez and Gloria Careaga.

2014 – First passport issued in Mexico by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to a lesbomaternal family for the recognition of its children.

Analysis and development of the CCDF reform initiative on gender identity recognition in conjunction with the T-47 Coalition. Approved by the ALDF, it entered into force on March 25th, 2015.

2015 – First recognition of children born by surrogacy for a homosexual family in Mexico.

Passports for children of a family previously denied by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mexico.

July 2013 Legislative Forum: “Sexual diversity for their human rights” table of legislative analysis in the category “intervention with families and the community”. Senate, Mexico City, Mexico.

October 2013 Forum “Feminist Meeting 2013 Chilango, not a step back”, Mexico City, Mexico.

October 2013 Forum: “National Feminist Meeting 2013”, Jalisco, Mexico.

March 2014 Debate: “2nd Forum Young LGBT Mexico”, Presentation of the legal table. Commission on Human Rights of Mexico City, Mexico City, Mexico.

June 2014 Training: “Strategic Litigation Basis on Sexual and Reproductive Rights”, LGBTI Fortalécete Program. American Embassy in Mexico, Heinrich Böhl Foundation of the German Embassy in Mexico and National Commission for Human Rights, Mexico City, Mexico.

July 2014 Training: “Diversity: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity from a Legal Perspective,” YMCA University, Mexico City, Mexico.

July 2014 Training: “Strategic litigation and women’s rights”, 1st Feminist and social intervention Day in Chiapas. San Cristobal, Chiapas, Mexico.

September 2014 Television: ” Diálogos en confianza ” Topic: Rights of homosexual families, Canal Once. Mexico City, Mexico.

October 2014 Conference: “The Bureaucracy of Identity: the Law in Transition” in the “3rd Transplayful Symposium: Transvestites, Transsexuals and Transgender” National School of Anthropology and History. Mexico City, Mexico.

October 2014 Conference: “Women and the Media” Night of Museums Program, Telegraph Museum. Mexico City, Mexico.

October 2014 Television: «Ciné debate», Subject: short films and human rights, Judicial channel of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation. Mexico City, Mexico.

November 2014 Conference: “Young Trans and gender identity”. 3rd Meeting of Young Women of Mexico, Institute of Women of Mexico and Institute of Youth, Federal District, Mexico.

November 2014 Training: “Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation from a Legal Point of View”, 1st meeting of activists, human rights defenders and supporters of the LGBTTTI movement. Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas.

December 2014 Television: “Trials of Mexico,” Subject: the Pedro Infante divorce, case analysis under the light of unjustified divorce in Mexico City, Judicial channel of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, Mexico.

March 2015 Conference: “Achievements and challenges of the lesbian population in Mexico”, 5th Lesbian Festival of Mexico, Women’s Museum. Mexico City, Mexico.

March 2015 Debate: “Legal and social process on the reform of the Civil Code concerning gender identity.” 2nd International Women’s Day Symposium with LGBTI perspective, Contemporary Mexico Museum. Mexico City, Mexico.

April 2015 Training: “Surrogacy: internal and cross-border problems”, Division of Legal Studies, Center for Economic Research and Education, Mexico City, Mexico.

June 2015 Debate: Program “Assisted Reproduction and Sexual Diversity” 28th International Festival for Sexual Diversity (FIDS), UNAM-Museum Chopo University, Mexico City, Mexico.

July 2015 Television: “Sin Filtro”, Subject: Surrogacy, Canal ForoTV, Televisa. Mexico City, Mexico.

Training: “Marriage for all and family law” in the cycle “Sexual orientation and gender identity from a legal perspective”, LLB, University of Londres, Mexico City, Mexico.

Training: “Lesbian Maternity, Medically Assisted Procreation and Issues concerning Lesbomaternal and Lone-Parent Families” in the cycle “Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation from a Legal Point of View”, LLB, University of Londres, Mexico City, Mexico.

Training: “Strategic Litigation of Sexual and Reproductive Rights (Cases)” in the cycle “Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity from a Legal Perspective”, LLB, University of Londres, Mexico City, Mexico

October 2015 Legislative Roundtable: “Surrogacy: We are not just containers vs. Right to decide” Feminist National Meeting 2015, Toluca, State of Mexico.

November 2015 Discussion: “Thinking from a feminist perspective. Challenges for Advancing a Rights Agenda “Program” Without Gender Stereotypes, 3rd Forum for Equality CDMX” Institute for Youth in Mexico City. National Museum of Art, Mexico City, Mexico.

Training: “Training Service for Executives of the Executive Commission of Attention to Victims in Integral Attention for LGBTI Persons, Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation” Delegations: Yucatan and Veracruz, Mexico.

December 2015 Training: “Training Service for Executives of the Executive Commission of Attention to Victims in Integral Attention for LGBTI Persons, Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation” Delegations: Coahuila, Baja California, Jalisco, Nayarit and Chiapas, Mexico.

January 2016 Television broadcast: “Tus derechos” Theme: Equality and diversity, co-produced by the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Judicial Channel, Mexico City, Mexico.

2013 – (participation) “No to Maki Law”. For the rejection of the initiative of the General Act of medically assisted reproduction excluding same-sex couples, deposed by Senator Maki Ortiz.

“Civil registry: Our children deserve to be treated like the others”. For the recognition of children of lesbomaternal families.

2013 – 2014 «Last name for same-sex families”. For the approval of the initiative Same Names Transmission to the Legislative Assembly of Mexico. This campaign led to its adoption on June 10th, 2014, however, the city government still refuses to publish it, and therefore, it prevents it from entering into force.

(Participation) “To ensure the health of my wife and son, before it’s too late” Case Krystal and Gisela vs. IMSS. For membership in the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) of Krystal. This campaign led to the 02/17/2014 press release of the IMSS which guarantees equal access to the IMSS of all households composed of same-sex couples.

“We are not a fashion or a vehicle of reproduction” For the elimination of the Family Committee in the Senate.

2014 – (participation) “Gender Identity, NOW” For the adoption of the reform initiative of the Civil Code of the Federal District (CCDF) on the recognition of gender identity. This campaign led to its adoption on November 13th, 2014.

2015 – “They are also Mexican” Strategic Litigation in the Case SRE vs Ana and Cressida. For the issuance of passports on behalf of children recognized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The passports were finally issued.

“Axan Decide” Strategic litigation of Axan vs. IMARC Case for the free development of personality and body autonomy of a 4-year-old child in Hermosillo, Sonora State that was prevented from accessing a private primary institution for having long hair (in progress).

(Participation) “For the right to decide / No to Mely Law” campaign created in partnership with NGOs for the regulation of surogacy in Mexico (in progress).