please consider writing something about the situation of trans people in either of these countries. The United Nations periodically review the human rights situations in all member states. This is an excellent place to be able to talk to your government about the human rights situation in your country (or have somebody else give your input, if a direct involvement is too dangerous).
Your input does not have to be long (a page is great, 5 is maximum), but it can make a big difference, not only for your country, but for the visibility of our issues at the UN in general. Issues that you might want to consider (please add your own or leave out stuff, this is just a suggestion!) are: legal issues when you want to get a passport or birth certificate, violence by the state and by groups in society that the state is not addressing, access to healthcare (both trans and non-trans specific), discrimination in education and work, the ability to seek asylum because you are trans etc.
Let me know if I can help with this, or if you have any questions. Again, it does not have to be long, but any information can help a lot!!! I also know that John would be very happy to help with your input, he has been a wonderful ally with anything UN-related.
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