Posted on 19. November 2010 in Violence & Hate Speech

Since 1999, the Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR), on which those trans people who have been victims of homicide are remembered, takes place every 20th November. The TDoR raises public awareness of hate crimes against trans people, provides a space for publicly mourning and honours the lives of those trans people who might otherwise be forgotten. Started in the U.S.A., the TDOR is now held in many parts of the world.

Click on the links below for more information what Transgender Europe as well our partners do on the TDoR.

Transgender Day of Remembrance  2010

Transgender Day of Remembrance  2009