The Portuguese parliament has adopted a ground-breaking law which protects the right to self-determination and bodily integrity of trans and intersex people.
legal gender recognition
On 21 March 2018, the Swedish Parliament took a historic decision that trans people who were forcibly sterilised (between 1972 and 2013) should be paid compensation.
The Greek parliament has voted to approve legislation on legal gender recognition in a plenary vote today (10 October 2017).
Belgium will have a new law governing the legal gender recognition process.
We met with the cabinets of Koen Geens and Elke Sleurs to discuss the draft law.
The French parliament has voted to introduce a legal gender recognition procedure that is free from sterilisation and medicalisation.
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Joint statement from Amnesty International, ILGA-Europe and Transgender Europe
Now, trans people in Norway aged 16 and older will have their gender legally recognised without having to be sterilised first.