Ireland legally recognizes trans people

‘It means that we exist in the eyes of the state, and I think that cannot be underestimated’. The Irish parliament Wednesday (15 July) passed the Gender Recognition Bill. This means transgender people will now be able to change the gender on their birth certificate and passport without a letter from a medical practitioner. Ireland is the fourth country

Maltese parliament

A draft gender recognition bill presented at the Maltese parliament

On October 29, 2014 a draft gender recognition bill has been presented at the Maltese parliament for the first reading. The law, if enacted, would fully respect trans people’s human rights. The law will introduce the right to gender identity and enact a simple administrative procedure based solely on self-determination. Upon a notary declaration that