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2009-07-17

Seksualiti Merdeka 2009@Malaysia(12-16 August)

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Seksualiti Merdekaは、2008年にはじまった、マレーシア最初のLGBTフェスティバルだそうだ。

クアラルンプールのThe Annexe Galleryというアートスペースで開催される。

http://www.annexegallery.com/

  

8月4日に出ていたプログラム

http://tiltedworld.org/2009/08/04/seksualiti-merdeka-2009-—-programme/

  

Seksualiti Merdeka – The First LGBT-themed Festival In Malaysia - Tilted World: A Malaysian LGBT Community Project

http://tiltedworld.org/2008/08/18/seksualiti-merdeka/

  

第1回Seksualiti Merdeka(2008年8月29日-31日)のプログラム

http://www.annexegallery.com/index.php?view=details&id=11%3ASeksualiti+Merdeka&option=com_eventlist&Itemid=53

  

第1回Seksualiti Merdekaブログ

http://seksualitimerdeka.blogspot.com/

  

第2回目のSeksualiti Merdeka 09(8月12-16日)への参加呼びかけが先月末からネットに流れていたが、今年はジョグジャカルタ原則をテーマにした興味深いエキビションを企画していることを知る。

  

Seksualiti Merdeka 09: Call for Submission - ARTERI : Art + Culture | Malaysia + Southeast Asia

http://www.arterimalaysia.com/2009/06/29/seksualiti-merdeka-art-project-call-for-submission/


多様なセクシュアリティジェンダーの人びとは、マレーシアでさまざまなかたちの差別に直面しています。そうした差別の一部は、その性質がしばしば暴力的であることが立証されています。たとえば、MtFトランスセクシュアルのAyuは、2007年、マラッカのイスラーム宗務庁Melaka Islamic Religious Affairs Department (JAIM)の役人たちから、どれほど酷い攻撃を受けたことでしょうか(参考)。しかし、ほとんどの差別は、日々の直面する格闘のなかに隠されたままになっています。

People of diverse sexuality and gender orientation face different forms of discrimination in Malaysia. Some are documented due to its often violent nature. For example, how Ayu, a male-to-female transsexual, was seriously assaulted by officials from the Melaka Islamic Religious Affairs Department (JAIM) in 2007. But most remain hidden in the everyday struggles that are faced.


このプロジェクトが考えているのは、これら隠された物語を明るみに出すことです。そして、わたしたちの基本的人権が、わたしたちのセクシュアリティを理由に、どれほど冒されているか、寸描すること。わたしたちは複数のパートナーを持つシングルマザー、独身を選んだ男、男とセックスする男、女を愛する女、どういうわけか「受け入れられる」「ノーマル」と考えられるものから外れている多様な人たちと関係を持つ人間です。それが伴うコストとリスクをすべて負ってきました。

The idea of this project is to surface these hidden stories. And to give a snapshot of how our fundamental human rights are affected because of our sexuality. Whether we are a single mother with multiple partners, men who choose to be celibate, men who have sex with men, women who love women, individuals who enter into relationships with a diversity of people who are somehow outside of what is considered “acceptable” and “normal”, we have all taken on its accompanying costs and risks.


Seksualiti Merdekaは、性の多様性を肯定し、賞賛します。Seksualiti Merdekaは、この国で人が必ずしも狭苦しい箱に自分を押し込める必要はない、豊かで複雑な関係を互いに結んで生きるのだということを知っています。そして、セクシュアリティ人権の問題だということを。

Seksualiti Merdeka affirms and celebrates sexual diversity. It understands that people in this country do not necessarily fit into narrow boxes, but live rich and complex relationships with one another. And that sexuality is a matter of human rights.


The exhibition

Seksualiti Merdekaであなたも、あなたがその一部であるさまざまなコミュニティと一緒に協力し、セクシュアリティに関するあなたの権利を表現し、探求してみませんか。絵画でも、モザイクでも、グラフィティでも、プラスチックでも、音でも、言葉でも、何か独創的な素材の組み合わせでも、なんでもかまいません。

Seksualiti Merdeka invite you to collaborate with communities that you are part of, to create expressions and explorations of your rights in relation to sexuality. This can be in the form of paintings, mosaic work, graffiti, wrought plastic, sounds, words or a combination of any creative platform.


展示は、さまざまなコミュニティが、かれらがセクシュアリティを理由に侵害されている自分の基本的人権のひとつをどのように考えているかを表現した作品を集めたものになります。

The exhibition will be a collection of work by different communities on how they understand one of their fundamental human rights as being affected due to their sexuality.


The process

Use the Yogyakarta Principles as a starting point to frame the range of rights applicable in the area of sexuality and non-discrimination.


Select one of the 29 principles that your community will like to explore. Through conversation, sharing of experiences, knowledge and stories, create a collaborative work that explores and expresses how your community feels that its sexuality rights in relation to the principle is being affected.


Example:

Working with a community of young Muslim women, you decide that upon discussion that Principle 6: The Right To Privacy is one that most affect your community at the moment. You can create a 6 feet x 3 feet collage of images that tells a story of how the different aspect of your right to privacy when it comes to sexuality is being regulated. It could be a pastiche of eyes that watches the different spaces that your bodies inhabit. From the streets - veiled eyes - to the school - eyes of Ustaz and Ustazah - to your room - four pairs of eyes from the religious authority - to the mall - eyes that “other” - and so on.


How to participate

If you would like to participate in this exhibition, please fill in the following details and email it to:


seksualitimerdeka2009principles AT gejala DOT org


Or to the individuals coordinating this project:


  • Chris: ng.chris2 AT gmail DOT com
  • Kevin: kevinbaker AT mac DOT com

You can also email any of the representatives if you have any questions, or would like to discuss your ideas or plans.


Contact person for the collaborative work:

Telephone:

Email:

Selected Yogyakarta Principle:

What common aspect connects your community:

How many people will be involved in creating this work:

What is the creative medium or platform you have chosen:


Since Seksualiti Merdeka will be held from 12-16 August 2009 at the Annexe Gallery, the organisers would appreciate it if you can email us by 10 July 2009.


What are the Yogyakarta Principles?

The Yogyakarta Principles are are developed through an application of existing international human rights laws and documents, which means that they can be enforced by signatories of those documents. In other words, we can use them as an advocacy tool to demand for equal rights and protection for all people in Malaysia, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.


You can download a copy of the principles here: http://www.yogyakartaprinciples.org/principles_en.htm


What is meant by community?

Community means a group of people who share something in common. This can be in terms of identity such as age, gender orientation, language, sexuality, class, able-bodiedness, ethnicity etc., place of social or cultural life such as online forums, residential area, collectives etc., beliefs or anything else that binds you together.


Communities can be of differing sizes, and is not meant to be representative of everyone who shares the same commonality. Seksualiti Merdekaunderstand it more as the coming together of different people to work on something shared.

  

Seksualiti Merdekaのfacebook

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=32768531059

Workshop "What does the Yogyakarta Principles Mean for LGBT Activists and their Work?"@World Outgames 2009

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World Outgamesは、LGBTコミュニティが開催する国際的なスポーツ・イベントの1つ。

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Outgames


7月25日-8月2日、第2回World Outgamesがコペンハーゲンで開催される。

http://www.copenhagen2009.org/


スポーツイベントと同時に、LGBT人権問題に関する国際会議World Outgames 2nd International Conference on LGBT Human Rightsも開催されるのだが、

http://www.copenhagen2009.org/Conference/Conference_Program.aspx


その中で、ジョグジャカルタ原則に関するセッションが行われる。

インドネシアウガンダセルビアインドボリビアから、アクティヴィストが集まってプレゼンを行う。

  

ジョグジャカルタ原則、使えるの?という、ぶっちゃけに興味深いテーマ。

とくにアジアアフリカ活動家ジョグジャカルタ原則をどう思っているか。

レポートを待ちたい。


Workshop Block 3, 28 July 2009, 11:00 - 12:30

http://www.copenhagen2009.org/Conference/Workshop_Sessions/Block3.aspx#Content


What does the Yogyakarta Principles Mean for LGBT Activists and their Work?


2006年末、ジョグジャカルタ原則が発表された。以来、世界の各国政府がジョグジャカルタ原則を取り入れてきたが、この原則はLGBT活動家とその活動にとってはどのような意味を持つのか?活動家にとって有用なのか?それともまったく無用なのか?インドネシアではよい実践が行われているが、他の活動家たちは格闘している…。

ジョグジャカルタ原則を利用した、あるいは利用しない活動について発表が行われ、ジョグジャカルタ原則の意味について聴衆と議論する、対話方式によるワークショップである。


At the end of 2006, the Yogyakarta Principles were launched. Since then governments across the world have embraced them, but what do they mean for LGBT activists and their work? Are the Principles usable for activists? Or not at all? Good practices come from Indonesia, but other activists struggle

An interactive workshop with presentations about work with or without the Principles and discussions with the audience about the meaning of the Principles.

Moderator:

Teyo van der Schoot (Netherlands), Hivos

Presenters:

Sri Agustine (Indonesia), Ardhanary Institute

Frank Mugisha (Uganda), Sexual Minorities of Uganda

Maria Savic (Serbia), Labris

Aditya Bondyopadhyay (India), NFI

Ronald Barriga Cespedes (Bolivia), Diversencia

Theme: Human Rights and Politics


司会のTeyo van der Schoot氏は、オランダ人権組織Hivosのプログラム・マネージャー。

http://www.hivos.nl/dut/personal/profile/2429

http://www.hivos.nl/


インドネシアの発表者Sri Agustine氏は、ARDHANARY INSTITUTE: Women Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender (LBT) Research, Publishes & Advocacy Centreのディレクター。

http://ardhanaryinstitute.blogspot.com/2007/10/profile-ardhanary-institute.html

ILGA第3回アジア大会で"Women LBT Visibility: Developing Capacity and Coalition Building Within and Among the LGBT, Human Rights, and Women’s Movements"という発表をした人だ(↓英語のスピーチが以下のページで聴ける)。

  

3rd International Lesbian Gay Association (ILGA) Conference (MP3s)“Equality in Diversity Now!” Chiang Mai, Thailand, 24-27 January 2008 - Isis International-Manila

http://www.isiswomen.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=861&Itemid=233


ウガンダのFrank Mugisha氏は、SMUG (Sexual Minorities Uganda)のco-chairperson。

http://www.sexualminoritiesuganda.org/

Frank Mugisha Stands For What's Right - Queerty

http://www.queerty.com/frank-mugisha-stands-for-whats-right-20080129/

http://www.isiswomen.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=861&Itemid=233

  

セルビアMaria Savic氏は、同国のLGBT組織Labrisから。

http://www.labris.org.rs/


インドのAditya Bondyopadhyay氏は、同国のMSM支援NGO・The Naz Foundation International(NFI) のメンバー。インドエイズ・アクティヴィズムで有名。

http://www.nfi.net/

http://www.ilglaw.org/directors.htm

http://www.worldaidscampaign.org/en/Aditya-Bondyopadhyay


ボリビアのRonald Barriga Cespedes氏は、同国のLGBT組織la Fundación Diversenciaのリーダー。

http://www.ahorabolivia.com/2009/03/18/diversencia-en-santa-cruz/

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