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Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Dec 2, 2000 to now.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
Same-sex marriage: Ambiguous from 2023 to now.
The Romanian civil code defines marriage as the union between a man and a woman.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (indefinite deferral) from Apr 12, 2015 to now.
It is legal for a man who has had sexual relations with another man to donate blood. The same applies to women.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
LGBT housing discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Aug 31, 2002 to now.
Sexual orientation only.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Dec 2, 2000 to now.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
Serving openly in military: Lesbians, gays, bisexuals permitted, transgender people banned from past to now.
Lesbian, gay, and bisexual people are allowed, transgenders banned.
Sources: Hague Centre for Strategic Studies - projects.hcss.nl/monitor/88/
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
Blood donations by MSMs: Banned (indefinite deferral) from Apr 12, 2015 to now.
It is legal for a man who has had sexual relations with another man to donate blood. The same applies to women.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
LGBT housing discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Aug 31, 2002 to now.
Sexual orientation only.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Dec 2, 2000 to now.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
Same-sex marriage: N/A from 2023 to now.
The Romanian civil code defines marriage as the union between a man and a woman. However there is no constitutional ban on same-sex marriage and pressure from EU to recognise same-sex marriages
Andrei edited an entry in Poland.
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Not legally recognized from Jun 19, 2009 to now.
You can legally change your name to a gender-neutral one, however you can only put your sex as male or female.
Andrei edited an entry in Poland.
Serving openly in military: Don't Ask, Don't Tell from Jan 1, 1991 to now.
Since the 1990s, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender are not banned from military service and discrimination against them is officially forbidden.
Andrei edited an entry in Poland.
Same-sex adoption: Illegal from Feb 25, 1964 to now.
General rules regarding adoption are set out in the Family and Guardianship Code, in articles 114 to 127. Formally, there is no prohibition against adopting a child by a single person.
Andrei edited an entry in Poland.
Conversion therapy: Not banned from past to now.
Every doctor, who would like to undertake conversion therapy in Poland, must expect that his activity will be considered illegal if patient submits a complaint under existing regulations, because in Poland homosexuality and transsexualism are not considered as diseases and there are legal protections against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Sources: file:///C:/Users/Oem/Downloads/PPM-4-2020_170x240+pages+5+-+65.pdf
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Dec 2, 2000 to now.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Dec 2, 2000 to now.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
Censorship of LGBT Issues: Ambiguous from past to now.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
Same-sex marriage: N/A from 2023 to now.
The Romanian civil code defines marriage as the union between a man and a woman
Andrei edited an entry in Poland.
Blood donations by MSMs: Legal with restrictions from past to now.
Legal with some restrictions.
Andrei edited an entry in Poland.
Conversion therapy: Not banned from past to now.
Every doctor, who would like to undertake conversion therapy in Poland, must expect that his activity will be considered illegal if patient submits a complaint under existing regulations, because in Poland homosexuality and transsexualism are not considered as diseases and there are legal protections against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
Sources: file:///C:/Users/Oem/Downloads/PPM-4-2020_170x240+pages+5+-+65.pdf
Andrei edited an entry in Poland.
Legal recognition of non-binary gender: Not legally recognized from Jun 19, 2009 to now.
Non-binary people can change their name to a gender-neutral one, but they can only have a male or female gender marker.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
Same-sex marriage: Not legal from 2023 to now.
The Romanian Civil Code defines marriage as the union between a man and a woman.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
LGBT employment discrimination: Sexual orientation only from Dec 2, 2000 to now.
Andrei edited an entry in Poland.
Censorship of LGBT Issues: State-enforced from past to now.
Andrei edited an entry in Poland.
Same-sex marriage: Unregistered cohabitation from Jun 28, 2023 to now.
The Supreme Court adopted a resolution on the interpretation of Art. 691 k.c. in which it ruled: “A person actually cohabiting with the tenant (within the meaning of Article 691 § 1 of the Civil Code) is a person connected with the tenant by emotional, physical and economic bonds; also a person of the same sex."
Andrei edited an entry in .
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On January 31, the Constitutional Court of Hungary issued a ruling that will continue to block new applications from transgender people for legal gender recognition, However, it’s worth noting there are pieces of legislation in Hungary such as anti discrimination legislation protecting trans people which suggests an unofficial recognition
Andrei edited an entry in Hungary.
Right to change legal gender: Ambiguous from May 28, 2020 to Jan 1, 2021.
On International Transgender Day of Visibility 2020 Hungary's parliament submitted a bill to amend the definition of sex to match sex at birth, making it impossible for individuals to change their legal gender, However, there is other pieces of legislation that de facto recognise transgenders such as anti discrimination legislation. Someone has changed the status to illegal despite the legislation still in place
Andrei edited an entry in Hungary.
Censorship of LGBT Issues: Ambiguous from Jan 1, 2020 to Dec 31, 2020.
While there is legislation in Hungary that calls for LGBTQ+ censorship in schools, it’s unenforced and Ignored by the Hungarian Populace. No one has been fined from this lore as of now
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
LGBT discrimination: Ambiguous from 2023 to now.
The status is ambiguous for a moment.
Andrei edited an entry in Romania.
Same-sex marriage: N/A from 2023 to now.
The Romanian Civil Code defines marriage as the union between a man and a woman.