ProTrans is a project of Transgender Europe and aims to better protect trans people and their communities in Eastern and Southeastern Europe against violence and impunity.
In total, since January 2008 the murders of 1,374 trans people have been reported
On 4-5 November 2013 government representatives and trans civil society from 10 countries came together in Berlin upon invitation of TGEU - Transgender Europe and ILGA-Europe to discuss at a Roundtable on Legal Gender Recognition ways forward for better legislation.
2nd Intersex Forum Participants (2012)
Transgender Europe Comment
On Dec 10th 2010 the proposal for a Gender Identity Act was tabled in the Maltese Parliament.
27 Members of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe have condemned the on-going violence and discrimination against transgender persons in Turkey on Oct 2 2013. Referring to TGEU research data on killed trans people in the country the parliamentarians demand from the Turkish government concerted action to end these human rights violations.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe addressed for the first time bodily integrity of intersex children by adopting the Resolution on Children's Right to Physical Integrity (1952 (2013)).