Our Sponsors

The following generous sponsors have helped to make this conference a reality. We are sincerely grateful for the enthusiasm and faith they have shown for this project.

Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto

The Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies, housed at the University of Toronto, seeks to explore, analyze, and challenge the ways in which sexuality shapes people’s lives by advancing new forms of interdisciplinary knowledge that connect academic learning to both local and global, present and historical problems and contexts. They have generously provided us with the David Rayside Student Award Fund.

Synergía – initiatives for human rights

Synergía contributes to a mix of capacity strengthening assistance, funding, and strategic guidance as a means of catalyzing the efforts of individual organizations to protect and promote the human rights of their communities. We are extremely grateful for the grant they provided enabling us to hire an Uruguayan translation/interpretation team for the conference. This generous funding will enable conference participation in English, French, and Spanish.

The Law and Global Health Collaboration and the Institute on Inequalities in Global Health at the University of Southern California

The University of California’s Institute on Inequalities in Global Health fosters inclusive approaches to global health that engage medicine, public health, law, social science, human rights, economics, policy, communications, social work and other fields. USC’s Law & Global Health Collaboration advances scholarship and provides monthly lectures and public discussions at the intersection of law and global health. Generous project funding from these programs will help us provide translation and interpretation in French, English and Spanish.

University of Toronto Graduate Studies Sponsorship Fund

The University of Toronto’s School of Graduate Studies generously provided us with their annual sponsorship fund.