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ASYLUM 2024 Main Findings

33

In 33 countries, sexual orientation is expressly included in asylum law as a qualification criteria.

27

In 27 countries, gender identity is expressly included in asylum law as a qualification criteria.

6

In 6 countries, intersex status or sex characteristics is expressly included in asylum law as a qualification criteria.

12

In 12 countries, sexual orientation is expressly included in policy, instruction, legislation, or other positive measures by state actors for asylum seekers or refugees.

18

In 18 countries, gender identity is expressly included in policy, instruction, legislation, or other positive measures by state actors for asylum seekers or refugees.

SPAIN

Only in Spain, sex characteristics is expressly included in policy, instruction, legislation, or other positive measures by state actors for asylum seekers or refugees.

14

There is no legislation or policy protecting the human rights of LGBTI asylum seekers and refugees in 14 countries.

Index by Criteria

The table displays the status of all criteria for each country on the Rainbow Map research.

  • Complies
  • Applicable in some regions only
  • Does not Comply

Below, when selecting a criterion, all countries are grouped based on their status relative to that criterion, and the map is colored in accordance.

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Comply

Applicable in some regions only

Do not comply