Remembering Our Dead

Every year on or around 20th November trans people worldwide gather for the Transgender Day of Remembrance to remember those we have lost to violence in the past year.

This site gives details of trans people known to have been killed, as collated from reports by Transgender Europe and trans activists worldwide.

Details are also given for those lost to suicide where known.



The site is intended to act as a supporting resource for anyone involved in Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR) events and is intended to be used alongside the official data collated by the Trans Murder Monitoring Project and published by Transgender Europe (TGEU) in early November of each year.

A big thanks are due to the many trans activists and organisations worldwide who work tirelessly collate data on anti-trans violence and in particular to the members and admins of the Trans Violence News Facebook group, without whose support this site would not be possible.

All material presented is gathered from publicly available sources. Please don't read anything into the raw numbers. What matters is the lives lost, and their stories. Be warned though - some of their stories are horrific.


Please note: This site is a work in progress, and as such not everything we want to do is here yet. If you see something that doesn't work or doesn't look right please tell us.

Similarly, if you wish to notify us of a correction or additional information relating to a report presented here, or indeed details of a new report which isn't yet listed, please feel free to contact us via email, Twitter or Facebook.


Trigger warning

This site contains reports of violence against transgender people, and links to detailed reports which contain graphic imagery.

Please continue with caution.


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