Today, on the 11th of May 2023, OII Europe is happy to present its Good Practice Map 2022! The map highlights advancements achieved in 2022 towards the better protection of intersex human rights across Europe.
Today, on the 17th of May 2022, OII Europe is proud to present its 2021 Good Practice Map! The map highlights advancement achieved in 2021 towards the better protection of intersex human rights across Europe.
A good first step: Germany adopts law banning IGM. But there is still room for improvement.
On March 25, 2021, the German Bundestag adopted a draft law from the federal government “for the protection of children with variants of sex development”i (19/24686). The law provides a first, yet non-comprehensive, framework to protect intersex children from non-vital, non-emergency medical interventions.
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]
On its website, the German Bundestag proclaims: “In the future it will be possible to leave the gender specification in [Continue Reading]