In March 2021, a coalition of European networks working on LGBTI rights and including ILGA Europe, EL*C, TGEU, OII Europe [Continue Reading]
Intergeschlechtliche Menschen in Europa schützen: Ein Toolkit für Gesetzgeber_innen und politische Entscheidungsträger_innen
Wir freuen uns die deutschsprachige Übersetzung des Legal Toolkits von OII Europe und ILGA-Europe„Protecting Intersex People in Europe: A toolkit [Continue Reading]
European Parliament urges for the protection of sexual and reproductive health and rights in the EU for all
OII Europe Press Release – Download as PDF On Thursday 24 June 2021 the European Parliament adopted a resolution on [Continue Reading]
Today, 17th of May 2021, OII Europe is proud to present the Intersex Good Practice Map 2020. The map features nine examples of good practices from the areas of policy action, data collection, monitoring, legal gender recognition, campaigning, anti-discrimination, legislation against hate speech/crime and funding training & counseling.
Çfarë është interseks?
A është djalë apo vajzë? Kjo është pyetja që shtrohet në të gjithë botën kur dikush lind. Shumë prindër do t’i përgjigjen kësaj pyetjeje pa u menduar gjatë. Por për një numër të konsiderueshëm prej tyre përgjigjja do të jetë më komplekse.
Bias and detestation against intersex people have been entrenched in society for a long time without being perceived or addressed as such, and, as a result, the lived reality of intersex people is full of incidents that easily qualify as hate speech and hate crime once put into the framework of the fundamental right of every person to non-discrimination and a safe life.
On March 24th 2021 the European Commission published the EU Strategy on the Rights of the Child. The strategy addresses [Continue Reading]
Our research document contains the results of the research that we conducted together with ILGA-Europe and C.I.A. The research aims at showing a positive trend in Europe towards the recognition of non-binary identities.
On Thursday 11 March 2021 the European Parliament adopted a resolution on the declaration of the EU as an LGBTIQ [Continue Reading]
The present case concerns the breach of bodily integrity through sex-assignement procedures on intersex children and the obstacles faced when seeking reparation before the Courts.
For many intersex refugees other or additional reasons for persecution and discrimination can be their gender expression and sex characteristics (SOGIESC). On their arrival in Europe they are entering into a country where intersex is still stigmatized and a taboo, where there is still too little awareness of what it means to be intersex, and where non-consensual surgeries and treatments of intersex people are still the norm.
Intersex youth deserve an education where they can develop their full potential, safe & free from harassment & discrimination, and that represents them in an affirmative, positive & non-stigmatizing manner.