LGBTI Inclusion

New law in Argentina could change lives in the transgender community

"The state faces a huge challenge to end structural inequality," - Alba Rueda, Argentina's undersecretary for diversity and the first trans person to be appointed to a senior government post. Image: Unsplash/Tim Bieler

Marcela Valente

Journalist, Reuters

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