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Members of the French Parliament should ensure respect for the human rights of trans...

The Members of the French Parliament should ensure that trans people in France can obtain legal recognition of their gender through a quick, accessible, transparent and affordable procedure that fully respects their human rights, said Amnesty International, ILGA-Europe and Transgender Europe in a statement today. 

Parliament demands action for equal treatment trans people at the workplace

Last Thursday, the European Parliament adopted a report urging the Commission and Member States to outlaw discrimination against transgender people in employment and work towards full integration of trans people at the work floor.

ILGA-Europe: Shock as Polish gender recognition act falls

Poland’s Gender Accordance Act will not come into force, following the unexpected failure of a parliamentary committee to prepare a report required in advance of today’s planned vote (Friday, 9 October).
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Polish President vetoes gender recognition bill

Last Friday, Polish President Andrzej Duda, vetoed the Gender Accordance Act.
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Malta adopts ground-breaking gender identity, gender expression and sex characteristics law

Yesterday, Maltese parliamentarians wrote history by adopting the Gender Identity, Gender Expression and Sex Characteristics Act (GIGESC). The law is a major step forward for trans and intersex persons in Malta, and shows the way forward for Europe.

Strasbourg Court: sterilisation requirement for gender reassignment surgery is a violation of privacy

Tuesday, the Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) ruled that the requirement of permanent infertility to undergo gender reassignment surgery is a violation of the right to privacy, as guaranteed by Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

EU report reveals alarming reality trans people

Tuesday, the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) presented the largest comparative study on the experiences of trans people in all 28 EU Member States. The FRA calls the results "alarming", but highlights that legal frameworks and good policies have a positive impact on trans people's lives.

Transgender Woman Admits She Performed Sex Correction Surgery On Herself

A transgender woman has revealed in a TV documentary series, how she underwent a sex change, which she performed on herself.

Strasbourg ruling: divorce requirement for legal gender recognition ‘no violation of Human Rights’

Yesterday, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) ruled that the divorce requirement for people who wish to change their legal gender and are married, is not a violation of the European Convention on Human Rights. European Court of Human RightsThe Strasbourg based Court analysed the case of Finnish national Ms Hämäläinen, who was born male and married to a woman. After undergoing gender reassignment surgery in 1996, she wished to bring her official documents in line with her new gender.

Europe: Transgender people face discrimination and inhuman and degrading treatment

European countries are violating the human rights of people trying to change their legal gender, said Amnesty International in a report published today. It details how transgender people are forced to undergo invasive surgery, sterilization, hormone therapy, psychiatric testing before they can change their legal status.
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