Jules Han Amm – Trans Rights are Human Rights

In our latest episode of “On Human Rights” we spoke to Jules Han Amm. Jules Han Amm is a PhD candidate at Uppsala University with most of their work focusing on the trans community and its internal disputes as well as legal frameworks of informed consent, self-determination, and trans healthcare access. Jules acquired a Bachelor’s in development studies and Master’s in Gender Studies from Lund University. In this episode, they talk with Zoi Savvidou about recent developments on trans rights, the pathologisation of the trans identity and the interconnectedness of LGBTQIA+ rights with human rights.

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