The Augusta Accord is a diplomatic treaty drafted by Gaius Soergel Publicola and edited by Adam I of Überstadt against micronational transphobia and for the protection of transgender and nonbinary micronationalists. It was suggested by Brooklyn Hewitt. It is named after the New Virginian town of Augusta.
The Augusta Accord has its antecedents in the Denton Protocol, implemented by the State of Sandus in July 2014. Due to backlash by various heads of state, the treaty eventually fizzled out due to the political fallout it induced. It was in part to the controversial nature of the Denton Protocol that Sandus' application to the Grand Unified Micronational in 2016 was rejected, following a concerted effort from its delegates.
Hewitt later met up with Charles Kitchen, Sir Riley Kennedy and Senator Savannah Wellman in the town of Augusta to discuss the enactment of the accords. This was followed by an address to the New Virginian citizenry and the international community regarding the accords.
A further six nations have became a signatory to the accord.
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- New Virginia ratifies Augusta Accord alongside Sandus, Uberstadt and others; President releases statement. The Herald.
- Xia, Matthew (8 October 2020). Yu-Xian First Executive Order - Signage of the Augusta Accord. Retrieved 8 October 2020.
- Connie (19 April 2021). The Republic of Caelesta signs the Augusta Accord. Retrieved 19 April 2021
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- Principality of Sancratosia (17 December 2021). "Sovereign Ordinance no 5 of 17 December on the signature of the Augusta Accord". sancratosia.org.
- Government of Aenopia (13 April 2022). "Imperial Dictum 13-4-22". Government of Aenopia.