Uruguay Adopted Trans-Inclusive Legislation Based on the Right to Self-Determination

On October 19th, Uruguay’s Congress approved a law ensuring rights to the country’s transgender community. The law had already been approved by the Senate and was voted in favor of […]

The Federation of B&H moves forward toward recognition of same-sex couples

At today’s session, the government of the Federation of B&H (one of the entities of Bosnia and Herzegovina), has adopted the information of the Federal Ministry of Interior on the […]

NGOs in Bulgaria Condemn Constitutional Court Decision Rejecting Istanbul Convention

SOFIA, BULGARIA — More than 30 prominent NGOs and individuals, working in the field of human rights, children’s rights, women’s rights and LGBTI rights, condemned the much awaited decision on […]

WHO depathologizes transgender people!

Being trans is not a mental disorder anymore: ICD-11 is officially released. The World Health Organization has just announced the completion of the ICD-11 and released the official online version. […]