Pathway To Gender Identity Recognition

Gender Identity laws are often framed in a way that makes them only accessible to citizens of a country. This is problematic for refugees, migrants and other displaced people who face double stigma and marginalization of being both trans or intersex, and a non-national. When they need documents in their new country that enable them to live and work, they often also need legal gender recognition for which few countries make the provision for. This results in them having legal documents that make it hard for them to find refuge and access their rights in a new country.

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