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OneDayOneStruggle 2022

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Every 9 November communities around the world come together in celebration of sexual and bodily rights as human rights, as part of the One Day One Struggle! campaign, coordinated by the Coalition for Sexual and Bodily Rights in Muslim Societies (CSBR).

Followed by COVID-19 pandemic, 2022 has been a challenging year for human rights movements as many organization resuming in-person events besides online meetups, many of them have come up with hybrid presence to ensure inclusion of respective communities. CSBR has also gone through transitional phase for the entire year which has limited its presence in external presence. In the spirit of embracing the new normal & towards better tomorrow, for this year’s One Day One Struggle campaign, all member organizations have focused on building strong narratives to support communities across regions.


Pathchola Foundation, a trans-led organization from Bangladesh organized three sessions regarding ODOS in the month of November. It also published one video clip showcasing the struggle of a transgender person to survive and thrive to establish their identity. The three offline sessions conducted in three different districts of Bangladesh (Khulna, Sylhet & Mymensigh) focused on overcoming the struggled that transgender persons face in everyday life. Each session also included ideas about achieving goals through solidarity, networking & proper guidance.


Our member organization Qbukatubu published infographics in their website and their socials (Twitter and Instagram). The infographics are to get our audience know more about One Day One Struggle Campaign. They asked their audience to post in their social media accounts about their thoughts on the importance to have solidarity in advocating sexual and bodily rights in Indonesia.

Qbukatabu also planned to have an ODOS x TDOR Campaign. They have called on transgender community to share the challenges and hopes of being a transgender Muslim in Indonesia. They plan to collect photos containing messages/hopes and also videos of some trans activists who also promote freedom of belief and religion specifically for the LGBTIQ+ community in Indonesia. The submission remained between 9 – 18 November 2022. Qbukatabu expects to publish the photo-video compilation in our social media by 20 or 21 November 2022. Through this collaboration campaign Qbukatabu will (1) raise societies awareness that everyone including transgender communities has the right to embrace their religion/faith and worship accordingly; (2) be a moment to remember and send our prayers for our trans communities who already passed away for many reason including violence and discrimination on behalf of religion and morality.


Our member organization Forum for Dignity Initiatives (FDI) has arranged a discussion on twitter space on the pressing issue of Periods Poverty & Menstrual Justice in relief work. In regard of #onedayonestruggle campaign on Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights of Women. The young leaders across Pakistan joined the space sharing their experience and learnings on Menstrual relief in flood affected areas.

The discussion focused on the current relief work on Menstrual hygiene of women in flood affected areas and sustainable solutions through inclusive policies in future. The recorded space can be accessed here.


Our member organization WWHR-New Ways and Kaos GL from Turkey, have been organizing “Solidarity Keeps Us Alive” events since 2019 to emphasize the importance of solidarity among feminists and LGBTI+’s together on the struggle against anti-gender movements and discourses, and to develop new strategies. This year we came together as almost 50 activists from feminist and LGBTI+ organizations under a forum to talk about the effects of deepening poverty and the aggravated anti-gender oppression on our lives and bodies.  We concluded the forum talking about an imaginative future where we can all live an equal and emancipated life, leaving the forum with hope and empowerment.

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