Greece: Draft law on legal recognition of gender identity must be strengthened so that transgender people enjoy human rights without discrimination
Amnesty International considers the recent draft legislative proposals presented by the Greek Ministry of Justice on legal recognition of gender identity as a much anticipated and important first step, but still requiring significant improvements in order to ensure that transgender people in Greece can enjoy their human rights without discrimination.
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