Posted on 16. April 2018 in Legal Gender Recognition, Legal actions

Join us in the discussion on the occasion of the 1st anniversary of the historic judgement by the European Court of Human Rights in the cases A.P., Garçon and Nicot versus France that banned the sterilisation of trans people.

How did the judgement came about? What changes did the judgement brought about? How to use it in the advocacy for trans people´s human rights?

These and your other questions will be discussed on 23rd April 2018 at 3 PM CET.


Magaly Lhotel, partner at Pixel Avocats (France), “Three cases, one judgement”

Tomas Vytautas Raskevičius, Policy Coordinator (Human Rights) at national LGBT* Organisation LGL (Lithuania), “From Zero to Hero: Introducing Legal Gender Recognition in Lithuania”.

Constantin Cojocariu, international human rights lawyer, “The A.P., Garçon and Nicot judgement explained and moving forward with legal gender recognition at the European level’


How to join:

If you are interested can join the webinar through the following link: where it is possible to register, just your name, country, organisation (if applicable), e-mail address are required.


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This webinar is for TGEU members and an interested public and we encourage you to share this opportunity with your members and networks.