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The Human Rights Situation of Intersex People: An Analysis of Europe and Latin America

Mestre, Yessica

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  <dc:creator>Mestre, Yessica</dc:creator>
  <dc:description>Today, intersex people of Europe and Latin America are subjected to different degrees of invisibility and discrimination for being part of bodily diverse communities. Thus, these experiences have been addressed as violations of intersex human rights. This research intends to explore intersex human rights across Europe and Latin America through a scoping review and legal research, including the review of activist documents. It seeks to study the experiences of violence suffered by intersex people, the role of states in promoting justice, and the possibilities offered by a human rights framework to guarantee a dignified life for bodily diverse communities. This research also illustrates that, although regional, cultural and social landscapes differ in both continents, intersex groups are subject to constant violations of their human rights, and they struggle for recognition and for their bodies to be respected outside the binary categories of sex and gender. Furthermore, European and Latin American states have made proven legislative advances that have led to the greater visibility of intersex people but also face remaining difficulties and gaps.</dc:description>
  <dc:relation>info:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/Horizon 2020 Framework Programme - European Training Networks/859869/</dc:relation>
  <dc:subject>intersex; human rights; children; Europe; Latin America</dc:subject>
  <dc:title>The Human Rights Situation of Intersex People: An Analysis of Europe and Latin America</dc:title>
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