Three Reasons Why the TPP Should Trouble the LGBT Community: Brunei, Malaysia, and Increased Costs for HIV/AIDS Medicine

TPP Fails to Address Human Rights Issues as LGBT Rights Regress in Malaysia

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For Immediate Release: October 9, 2015 Contact: Jerame Davis, jdavis@prideatwork.org, 202-637-5014 TPP Fails to Address Human Rights Issues as LGBT Rights Regress in Malaysia Washington – The following is a statement from Pride at Work Executive Director Jerame Davis reacting to news of Malaysia’s continued oppression of LGBT people: “We continue to receive platitudes and pinky swears that the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will expand human rights in the Asian-Pacific region, but nothing we’ve seen has indicated this is true. Today…

Three Reasons Why the TPP Should Trouble the LGBT Community: Brunei, Malaysia, and Increased Costs for HIV/AIDS Medicine

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For Immediate Release: October 5, 2015 Contact: Jerame Davis, jdavis@prideatwork.org, 202-637-5014 Three Reasons Why the TPP Should Trouble the LGBT Community: Brunei, Malaysia, and Increased Costs for HIV/AIDS Medicine Washington – The following is a statement from Pride at Work Executive Director Jerame Davis reacting to the news that the 12 nations involved in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations have reached an agreement: “The LGBT community and our allies should be deeply troubled by the details of the TPP agreement.…