The result of three years of production, more than 100 hours of filming, and interviews with people from 15 nationalities, Translatina paints an alarming portrait of the realities faced by transgender people in Latin America.
Through a series of testimonies from civil society representatives and other stakeholders, this full-length documentary offers a realistic look at the challenges faced by transgender people in accessing education, work, justice, health care, and other services. It also shows how non-governmental organizations in Latin America are starting a dialogue with governments to demand opportunities for inclusion of transgender people, and how such initiatives may result in significant changes to ensure the rights of the population. Dissemination of the film is coordinated by the country offices of PAHO, UNDP and UNAIDS, in collaboration with civil society organizations and national authorities.
Factsheet [pdf 18kb]
Translatina Poster [pdf 1.86Mb]
Regional Office for the Americas of the World Health Organization