Everybody has good points and bad points.
We are certainly very pleased with the constitutional framework that South Africa has, for example, but the challenge has been operationalizing that. There's a need for more domesticated sensitivity training. Canada has a very good program in terms of sensitivity training for certain groups like police, which has been exported around the world. The protection of trans individuals, on paper, looks great in Argentina and also India, but there's also a high rate of murder of trans individuals.
I would say that there is not one model for a best practice. I think Canada, as I've outlined in my presentation and summary, has done some very good things. It can do more. One of the ways it can do a lot more, I would suggest, is to support local groups on the ground who are campaigning for their liberty. The truth is, they know the response that is most appropriate in their own context.