Intersex youth deserve an educational environment which helps them develop their full potential and make them feel included, safe and [Continue Reading]
Everyone has the right to respect for their private life. This is what we read in the EU Charter of [Continue Reading]
Not a ban. Albania misses the chance to clearly address intersex children’s health from a human rights perspective
OII Europe Press Release July 16, 2020 In July 2020, the Albanian Ministry of Health released a “Medical Protocol for [Continue Reading]
For the first time, the FRA LGBTI Survey 2019 shows us statistical data on the issues of housing and economic [Continue Reading]
As a part of the EU-funded project RISE we at OII Europe would like to learn more about capacity building [Continue Reading]
Unfortunately, as the latest FRA LGBTI report reveals, many intersex people in Europe suffer from physical and sexual attack based [Continue Reading]
It was on December 10th, 1948 when the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed that “all human beings are born free [Continue Reading]
Intersex people are still subject to invasive and often irreversible medical or surgical treatments to modify their sex characteristics, mainly to align them to social standards of so-called male and female bodies.
As the latest FRA EU-LGBTI II Survey Report confirms, the majority of such treatments lack the free and informed consent of the person concerned.