||This bulletin kicks off a series of reports to be published about conference meetings and workshops
on emerging and on-going discussions about the construction and regulation of sexual rights and identities in the global South, including through multiple transnational social, economic,
political and cultural entanglements and relationships. An important objective of this project is the
engagement of conversations about sexualities across academic disciplines—in particular, between those scholars working in the areas of Law and Human Rights, Culture,
and International Development— and between researchers, activists and policy-makers.