Employment, Social Equality and Justice

Intersex people are belonging to the most vulnerable and marginalized groups in our society. This is also true in regards of their socio-economic situation: Ongoing discrimination, stigmatisation and the consequences of human rights violations is preventing intersex people from experiencing full equality in the area of employment. As survivors of medical harmful practices that often lead to live-long health problems, in a society that still does not recognize, protect or value intersex people as humans with the same basic human rights as everyone else, intersex people are at risk to not be fully able to participate in the labour market, negatively affecting their economic prospects, their housing situation, their work and other areas of social equality and justice.
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