Relating to the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression (Principle 19)

G)  Take legislative, administrative, and other appropriate measures to ensure that all persons have access to information about their civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including how these rights apply in relation to sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics;
H)  Make freely available and accessible, both online and otherwise, international and regional treaties and instruments; the national constitution, national laws and regulations; research studies, reports, data, archives; reports and information submitted by the State to international and regional bodies and mechanisms; and all other information as may be necessary to secure or enable the exercise of any human rights or fundamental freedoms or access to remedy for a violation of any such right;
I)  Recognise that the needs, characteristics and human rights situations of populations of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, gender expressions and sex characteristics are distinct from each other, and ensure that data on each population is collected and managed in a manner consistent with ethical, scientific and human rights standards and made available in a disaggregated form.