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.
While many legal contexts do not explicitly address intersex genital mutilation (IGM), female genital mutilation (FGM) is widely addressed in the European legal landscape…
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.
Proteger a las personas intersex en Europa: Una caja de herramientas para la elaboración de leyes y políticas públicas
Nos complace anunciar y compartir con ustedes la versión en español del Legal Toolkit de ILGA-Europa y OII Europa: “Proteger [Continue Reading]
Download our press release as PDF Today, on the 12th of November 2020 the European Commission has published the first [Continue Reading]