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UK’s legal recognition of trans people one of worst in Europe

A 2020 report by the European Commission has revealed that legal gender recognition in the UK is one of the lowest ranking in Europe; it is similar to that in Poland where there are currently extensive debates surrounding LGBTQ+ rights, and worse than the recognition of trans people in Hungary and Croatia which are generally regarded as less LGBTQ+ friendly.

The report examined the experiences of trans people in Europe, and the link between legal gender recognition and socioeconomic position.

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