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.
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.
Everyone has the right to respect for their private life. This is what we read in the EU Charter of [Continue Reading]
Austria tops Germany’s bad practice example – no self-determination for the Austrian 3rd gender marker
On the 20th of December, shortly before the holiday, the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior issued a decree on [Continue Reading]
Joint Statement: Civil Society welcomes German Constitutional Court demand for a new regulation of sex registration as ground-breaking
Joint Statement: Civil Society welcomes German Constitutional Court demand for a new regulation of sex registration as ground-breaking you can [Continue Reading]