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Trans Legal Mapping Report

The Trans Legal Mapping Report is a research project of ILGA’s Gender Identity and Gender Expression Programme, which aims to call attention to issues of gender identity and expression around the world.

This report covers laws and legal procedures for trans and gender-diverse people to change their identity markers on official documents, as well as the conditions that allow for these processes to take place.



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This 1st edition of the Trans Legal Mapping Report was researched and written by Zhan Chiam, Sandra
Duffy and Matilda González Gil, and published by ILGA.

It is copyright-free, provided you cite both the authors and the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA).
Suggested citation: International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association: Chiam, Z., Duffy, S. and González Gil, M., Trans Legal Mapping Report 2016: Recognition before the law (Geneva: ILGA, November 2016).