In its work, the Intergroup does not specifically exclude intersex equality. We work on discrimination which can be addressed either under primary EU law, i.e. the Treaty of Lisbon and the Charter of Fundamental Rights, or secondary EU law, i.e. European directives, or jurisprudence from the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights. This jurisprudence explicitly covers people who choose to undergo, or have undergone, sexual reassignment surgery, which we are aware only covers a small part of the trans and intersex communities.
Furthermore, as of yet we have had hardly any cases brought to our attention that were specifically related to intersex discrimination, which is why there hasn’t been, as of yet, concrete actions taken.
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