Asociación Silueta X

Guayaquil, Ecuador, South America
We are an organization that fights for LGBT rights in health, education, employment, justice, art, culture and citizenship.

Volunteering Activities

Administration
Healthcare
Human Rights Work
Social Work
Teaching
Web Work
Research

What We Need

People who can give workshops, promote local volunteering, carry out activities and actions according to organizational principles, search for economic resources and donations.

Wishlist

When & Who

Yes, we require a minimum of 15 Days
Individuals, Groups

What we Provide

Accommodation
Types: Homestay, Volunteer House

A small space to sleep.

Meals
Types: Variety

Breakfasts and lunches

Wifi & Satellite
Electricity
First Aid
T-shirt
Local SIM Card
Purified Drinking Water

Our Fees

$20 daily
$30 One-time

El pago es para alimentación, pagos básicos de agua, luz, internet, telefono, entre otros


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More Services we Offer

May have additional fees
Orientation
Tours
Social Activities

Contact Person

Diane Rodriguez
Cordoba 325 e/Juan Montalvo y Padre Aguirre Esquina, Guayaquil, Ecuador.

Other Ways to support us

training about the organization and the city

Psicologos, medicos general, profesores, tecnicos en internet y hardware, administradores, contabilidad, gestores comunitarios, entre otros

Additional Info about Us

Up to 5 people
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The Silhouette X Association, also known as the X Silhouette Collective or Grupo Silueta X, is a non-profit Ecuadorian group articulated on May 12, 2008, but legally constituted by Presidential Decree on May 5, 2010. Its mission is to defend of the rights of the population of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transsexuals and intersexuals, and is made up of a group of activists led by Diane Rodríguez.

The organization has coordinated and managed various actions in the position of equality and social tolerance towards sexual minorities, as well as, has led several investigations aimed at characterizing them. Their campaigns are supported by national and international organizations such as Mamacash, unlimited people of Hivos and AMFAR, among others, articles articulated in cooperation with movements for LGBTI such as Confetrans, Transgender Project, Building Equality or Observatory of the GLBTI groups of Ecuador, as gave for example, for the campaigns My gender in my card that was launched in the Commission of Autonomous Governments and Decentralization of the National Assembly of Ecuador, or the campaign Civil Union equal-My de facto union in the card is my right. They have achieved: the union of homosexual fact, the gender in the identity card, the legal recognition of the change of names for trans people, the privilege against the means of communication to discriminate an LGBT, to clear LGBT murders, to create the first LGBT medical center, create The booklet for LGBT children, among others. Outdoor

The group publishes and publishes the Victor Víctor magazine, which includes monthly content on the impact of HIV / AIDS among transsexuals and human rights. In addition, he was one of the organizers of the Second International Congress on Sexual Diversity Studies in Ibero-America in 2014.

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