Find a Spanish version here. On June 18 2018, the World Health Organization published the new International Classification of Diseases [Continue Reading]
“European countries have been slow in recognising and upholding the human rights of intersex people and the gender diversity they represent,” wrote Nils Muižnieks, the Commissioner for Human Rights, in a ground-breaking 2015 report on the self-determination and physical integrity of intersex people.
He added: “It is urgent to end unnecessary medical treatment and surgery of intersex individuals without their consent; to respect their right not to undergo sex assignment treatment; to review medical classifications which treat variations in sex characteristics as a pathology; and to ensure intersex persons’ right to self-determination by facilitating their legal recognition in official documents.”
Launch of “Human Rights and Intersex People” (CHRCoE) and “The fundamental rights situation of intersex people” (FRA)
Recording of the intersex side event of May 12th at IDAHO Forum 2015 in Montenegro where the European Union Agency [Continue Reading]