Trans-Fuzja Foundation

What does it mean to be trans?


Trans-Fuzja Foundation is devoted to a wide range of activities aimed to help the Polish transgender community. From supporting them with psychological help (both professional and self-help groups), legal advisory, through educating the public opinion on medical issues and structural definitions from the so-called “gender identity disorders” and also on the non-normative identities, free from the pathologizing medical discourse, to creating a real-life safe space for the Polish trangender community.

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  • Groundbreaking Court Decision in Poland on Gender Recognition Abroad
  • On June 1, a court in Warsaw issued a decision that allows a Polish citizen, who transitioned legally in Germany, to change her personal data (gender marker and first as well as last name) without obtaining a transsexual diagnosis and going through a civil court case in Poland.
  • ‘Equality before the law is not in the interest of the running government’ – Trans-Fuzja Foundation writes a letter to the Polish President
  • On March 3 Trans-Fuzja’s president took part in NGOs meeting with President Andrzej Duda regarding government’s actions against the Constitutional Court. Today, we publish Trans-Fuzja's Management Board position on the matter.
  • The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights supports pro-health actions for LGBTI people
  • The main objective of FRA is to research situation of various excluded social groups of European Union. This time the agency decided to focus on people discriminated against based on their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, or intersex status and the problems they encounter in (...)
  • No place for trans people in Poland? Trans-Fuzja Foundation comments on Jarosław Kaczyński's statement
  • A day before the pre-election silence, the Prawo i Sprawiedliwość (Law and Justice) party leader, who is said to majorly win the elections this Sunday, clearly showed again that he does not understand what trans issues are and also does not have any knowledge on gender recognition in Poland.
  • Presidential veto upheld. Polish Parliament did not vote on the Gender Accordance Act
  • Today, two Parliamentary Committees, the Committee for Health and the Committee for Justice and Human Rights, which were supposed to report their position to the Parliamentary Assembly and advise either to vote down or uphold the recent presidential veto, were not able to reach an agreement before t (...)
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  • edpublicated: 2007.08.10



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