Greece: Bill on legal recognition of gender identity must fully uphold transgender people’s rights
On 18 September 2017, a much anticipated bill to reform the procedure through which transgender people can access legal recognition of their gender identity has been tabled to the Greek Parliament. The bill is an important step forwards since it expressly states that transgender persons can change their papers without the requirement of medical interventions or tests. Still, more changes are required before it is voted so that transgender people can fully enjoy their rights without discrimination.
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