The Declaration on Women's Sex-Based Rights reaffirms the sex-based rights of women which are set out in the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women (pdf) adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 18 December 1979 (CEDAW).
The Green Alliance for Sex Based Rights has endorsed the Declaration on Women’s Sex-Based Rights as a component of its founding principals. This document was developed and published by the Women's Human Rights Campaign (now Women's Declaration International - WDI). We encourage our members, our national party, policy makers and the general public to do the same.
- We believe it is important that we regulate access to gender-affirming therapies to protect children from medical experimentation.
- We advocate the prosecution of the ethical violations involved with subjecting children incapable of fully informed consent to such life-changing and irreversible procedures. We urge state action to end the commercial or altruistic exploitation of women’s reproductive capacities involved in ‘surrogate’ motherhood.
- We believe it is vital that we protect womens and girls from unfair competition in sports by male bodied athletes.
- We will campaign to protect girls and women in the enjoyment of female-only facilities, programs, or services, particularly in places where women have a need to be in a state of undress, or where their privacy may be compromised or their safety may be at risk from male-pattern violence.