International Relations is not normally thought of as the go-to place for lessons on the protection of gays, lesbians, trans, bi and queer people. But in recent times, it has been possible to get the impression that something about the practice of international politics has changed; that norms regarding sexual orientation and gender identity were gaining prominence and exerting discernible influence. In politics and policy making, one could point to the Yogyakarta principles. In mainstream IR theory, one could assess the steady stream of work that has arisen from theories of norm change and entrepreneurship and consider how they might apply to the LGBT case.
|Media of output||The Disorder of Things Website|
|Publisher||The Disorder of Things|
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 17 Sept 2014|
- International relations
- Yogyakarta principles
- LGBTI rights