(Santiago, March 7th, 2020).- OTD Chile in association with the Santiago Regional School of Midwifes trained at the School of…
(Santiago, December 16th, 2019). - Staring from December 16th trans people will be able to request in person an appointment…
Representatives of the National Statistics Institute (INE) on a videoconference with OTD gave details about inclusive questions related to gender identity for the next census 2022 in Chile.
Valeria Pinto became the first trans person in Chile to obtain her new ID card with her new registral name and sex, one month after the Gender Identity Law (Act 21.120) enter into force.
OTD Chile, together with other organizations achieved the first meeting with the Ministry of Health (Minsal) to discuss the operation of accompaniment for those over 14 and under 18 according to the Gender Identity Law, where our Coordinator of the Health Unit, Leonel Catoni, community psychologist and trans activist participated.
The 2nd Family Court of Santiago issued a historic judgement by permitting Mathew, a trans teenager, to change his name through the Gender Identity Law that came into effect last December 27th, 2019.
We celebrate this first legal advance in the specific recognition of trans identities by the Chilean institutions.