Columbia Law School’s Center for Gender & Sexuality Law offers this report to aid the de Blasio administration in evaluating the steps it can and should take to eliminate all forms of gender and sexual discrimination, and to assure gender and sexual justice in City policy and programs. After consultation with numerous groups advocating for gender and sexual justice across New York City, the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law at Columbia Law School has synthesized in this report a set of key recommendations to the de Blasio administration, all designed to eliminate a wide range of disadvantages, invisibility, violence, marginalization, and discrimination that residents of New York su!er on account of gender and/or sexuality.
The recommendations contained in this Briefing book are organized into the following subject areas: Criminal Justice, Domestic Partnership, Education, Elders, Housing, Immigration, Labor, People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), Sexual and Intimate-Partner Violence, and Social Services.
Law | Law and Gender | Sexuality and the Law
Center for Gender & Sexuality Law
Cindy Gao & Katherine M. Franke,
Our Fair City: A Comprehensive Blueprint for Gender and Sexual Justice in New York City,
Available at: https://scholarship.law.columbia.edu/faculty_scholarship/3921
Report Annex: Our Fair City
10_key_facts.pdf (58 kB)
Fact Sheet: 10 Key Facts about Gender and Sexual Injustice in New York City
fast_and_free.pdf (57 kB)
Fact Sheet: Fast and Free: 10 Policy Reforms Mayor de Blasio Can Make with a Stroke of the Pen