"Every day I live in fear" : violence and discrimination against LGBT people in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, and obstacles to asylum in the United States /

"This report documents violence and discrimination against LGBT people in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras--collectively known as the Northern Triangle of Central America--and, in some cases, along the migration routes they take to seek asylum.... Given the high levels of violence and discri...

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Author / Creator:Ghoshal, Neela, author.
Imprint:[New York, N.Y.] : Human Rights Watch, [2020]
©2020
Description:1 online resource (iii, 152 pages)
Language:English
Subject:Sexual minorities -- Violence against -- El Salvador.
Sexual minorities -- Violence against -- Guatemala.
Sexual minorities -- Violence against -- Honduras.
Homophobia -- El Salvador.
Homophobia -- Guatemala.
Homophobia -- Honduras.
Transphobia -- El Salvador.
Transphobia -- Guatemala.
Transphobia -- Honduras.
Asylum, Right of -- United States.
Asylum, Right of.
Emigration and immigration.
Homophobia.
Sexual minorities -- Violence against.
Transphobia.
United States -- Emigration and immigration.
El Salvador.
Guatemala.
Honduras.
United States.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12415658
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Varying Form of Title:Violence and discrimination against LGBT people in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, and obstacles to asylum in the United States
Central America/United States: "Every day I live in fear"
Other authors / contributors:González Cabrera, Cristian, author.
Human Rights Watch (Organization), issuing body.
ISBN:9781623138622
1623138620
Digital file characteristics:text file
Notes:"October 2020"--Table of contents page.
"This report was written by Neela Ghoshal, senior researcher in the LGBT Rights program at Human Rights Watch, with assistance from Cristian González Cabrera, researcher in the LGBT Rights program. It is based on research conducted by Neela Ghoshal, Cristian Gonzalez Cabrera, and Mirte Postema, former researcher in the LGBT Rights program."--Page 151.
Includes bibliographical references.
Also available in print.
Website includes link to Spanish-language version.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed October 21, 2020)
Summary:"This report documents violence and discrimination against LGBT people in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras--collectively known as the Northern Triangle of Central America--and, in some cases, along the migration routes they take to seek asylum.... Given the high levels of violence and discrimination that many LGBT people face in the Northern Triangle, the US government should be rigorously protecting LGBT asylum seekers' ability to safely cross the border into the United States and apply for asylum. Instead, the Trump administration has implemented a seemingly unending series of obstacles, blocking LGBT people's path to safety at every turn."--Pages 2-3.
Other form:Print version: "Every day I live in fear" : violence and discrimination against LGBT people in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, and obstacles to asylum in the United States. [New York, N.Y.] : Human Rights Watch, 2020.