United Nations

Many countries have already received several recommendations from the United Nations to better protect the rights of intersex people. The United

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Transgender Europe (TGEU)

Transgender Europe is the umbrella organization for European trans organizations. TGEU has 105 member organizations in 42 countries. tgeu.org

Transgender Europe (TGEU)2021-05-25T09:48:35+00:00

Council of Europe

The 47 member states, including 28 that are members of the European Community, are signatories to the European Convention on Human

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OII Europe

OII Europe is the only intersex-led umbrella organization fighting for the human rights of intersex people in Europe. oiieurope.org

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Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch published a 2017 report on intersex together with the American organization InterAct. www.hrw.org/report/2017/07/25/i-want-be-nature-made-me/medically-unnecessary-surgeries-intersex-children-us

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European Parliament

Decisions by the European Parliament affect the 28 member states of the EU. The European Parliament has spoken out in resolutions

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European Union

The European Community, or EU, is an economic and political partnership of 28 countries. One of the EU's main objectives is

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Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA)

European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights or European Agency for Fundamental Rights. FRA provides EU institutions and Member States with expert

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Amnesty International

Amnesty International took an energetic approach to intersex rights in Europe in 2017 with a clear report on the situation in

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ILGA-Europe is the European chapter of ILGA (World). It is an umbrella organization for 490 member organizations in 45 European countries.

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