¿quién fue diana sacayan?

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Diana Sacayán (Tucumán, December 31, 1975-Buenos Aires, October 11, 2015) was one of the main activists of the human rights movement and the struggle for the recognition and social inclusion of the transgender collective in Argentina and the region.[1] She was murdered on October 11, 2015. On June 18, 2018 the Oral Criminal Court No. 4 of the City of Buenos Aires convicted her murderer in a sentence in which for the first time the Argentine justice system qualified the murder of a transvestite (en) as a gender identity hate crime applying the provisions of paragraph 4 of Article 80 of the Criminal Code of Argentina.[2][3][4][4][5][6]The website agenciapresentes.org called the ruling historic.[2] [2]

In prison she became close to the Communist Party of which she was part and later became a candidate for School Councilor. In 2001 she began to collaborate with the deputy in the Province of Buenos Aires for the Communist Party Leon «Toto» Zimerman, in this task she promoted several bills including the repeal of Article 68 of the Code of Misdemeanors of the Province of Buenos Aires that persecuted people in prostitution, as well as the articles that punished people who «dressed with clothes that did not correspond to their sex». He created the Movimiento Antidiscriminatorio de Liberación (M.A.L.), a non-governmental organization that fights against all forms of discrimination, with special emphasis on that involving Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transvestite, Trans and Intersex (LGBTI) people, promoting the empowerment of transvestites and transgender people for the consolidation of the exercise of their rights. In this sense, M.A.L. was a promoter of the right to full citizenship, interacting with other social organizations and with the State to achieve concrete actions: legislative projects that sought the modification of the contraventional codes, the recognition of transvestite and trans identities and actions for the social inclusion of the LGBTI collective.

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Diana Sacayán (Tucumán, December 31, 1975-Buenos Aires, October 11, 2015) was one of the main activists of the human rights movement and of the struggle for the recognition and social inclusion of the transgender collective in Argentina and in the region.[1] She was murdered on October 11, 2015. On June 18, 2018 the Oral Criminal Court No. 4 of the City of Buenos Aires convicted her murderer in a sentence in which for the first time the Argentine justice system qualified the murder of a transvestite (en) as a gender identity hate crime applying the provisions of paragraph 4 of Article 80 of the Criminal Code of Argentina.[2][3][4][4][5][6]The website agenciapresentes.org called the ruling historic.[2] [2]

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In prison she became close to the Communist Party of which she was part and later became a candidate for School Councilor. In 2001 she began to collaborate with the deputy in the Province of Buenos Aires for the Communist Party Leon «Toto» Zimerman, in this task she promoted several bills including the repeal of Article 68 of the Code of Misdemeanors of the Province of Buenos Aires that persecuted people in prostitution, as well as the articles that punished people who «dressed with clothes that did not correspond to their sex». He created the Movimiento Antidiscriminatorio de Liberación (M.A.L.), a non-governmental organization that fights against all forms of discrimination, with special emphasis on that involving Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transvestite, Trans and Intersex (LGBTI) people, promoting the empowerment of transvestites and transgender people for the consolidation of the exercise of their rights. In this sense, M.A.L. was a promoter of the right to full citizenship, interacting with other social organizations and with the State to achieve concrete actions: legislative projects that sought the modification of the contraventional codes, the recognition of transvestite and trans identities and actions for the social inclusion of the LGBTI collective.

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Diana Sacayán (Tucumán, December 31, 1975-Buenos Aires, October 11, 2015) was one of the main activists of the human rights movement and of the struggle for the recognition and social inclusion of the transgender collective in Argentina and in the region.[1] She was murdered on October 11, 2015. On June 18, 2018 the Oral Criminal Court No. 4 of the City of Buenos Aires convicted her murderer in a sentence in which for the first time the Argentine justice system qualified the murder of a transvestite (en) as a gender identity hate crime applying the provisions of paragraph 4 of Article 80 of the Criminal Code of Argentina.[2][3][4][4][5][6]The website agenciapresentes.org called the ruling historic.[2] [2]

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In prison she became close to the Communist Party of which she was part and later became a candidate for School Councilor. In 2001 she began to collaborate with the deputy in the Province of Buenos Aires for the Communist Party Leon «Toto» Zimerman, in this task she promoted several bills including the repeal of Article 68 of the Code of Misdemeanors of the Province of Buenos Aires that persecuted people in prostitution, as well as the articles that punished people who «dressed with clothes that did not correspond to their sex». He created the Movimiento Antidiscriminatorio de Liberación (M.A.L.), a non-governmental organization that fights against all forms of discrimination, with special emphasis on that involving Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transvestite, Trans and Intersex (LGBTI) people, promoting the empowerment of transvestites and transgender people for the consolidation of the exercise of their rights. In this sense, M.A.L. was a promoter of the right to full citizenship, interacting with other social organizations and with the State to achieve concrete actions: legislative projects that sought the modification of the contraventional codes, the recognition of transvestite and trans identities and actions for the social inclusion of the LGBTI collective.

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Diana Sacayán (Tucumán, December 31, 1975-Buenos Aires, October 11, 2015) was one of the main activists of the human rights movement and the struggle for the recognition and social inclusion of the transgender collective in Argentina and the region.[1] She was murdered on October 11, 2015. On June 18, 2018 the Oral Criminal Court No. 4 of the City of Buenos Aires convicted her murderer in a sentence in which for the first time the Argentine justice system qualified the murder of a transvestite (en) as a gender identity hate crime applying the provisions of paragraph 4 of Article 80 of the Criminal Code of Argentina.[2][3][4][4][5][6]The website agenciapresentes.org called the ruling historic.[2] [2]

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In prison she became close to the Communist Party of which she was part and later became a candidate for School Councilor. In 2001 she began to collaborate with the deputy in the Province of Buenos Aires for the Communist Party Leon «Toto» Zimerman, in this task she promoted several bills including the repeal of Article 68 of the Code of Misdemeanors of the Province of Buenos Aires that persecuted people in prostitution, as well as the articles that punished people who «dressed with clothes that did not correspond to their sex». He created the Movimiento Antidiscriminatorio de Liberación (M.A.L.), a non-governmental organization that fights against all forms of discrimination, with special emphasis on that involving Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transvestite, Trans and Intersex (LGBTI) people, promoting the empowerment of transvestites and transgender people for the consolidation of the exercise of their rights. In this sense, M.A.L. was a promoter of the right to full citizenship, interacting with other social organizations and with the State to achieve concrete actions: legislative projects that sought the modification of the contraventional codes, the recognition of transvestite and trans identities and actions for the social inclusion of the LGBTI collective.

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