Based on qualitative and quantitative research conducted in all partner countries, the project partners have produced national reports. The research consisted of questionnaires and interviews conducted with Human Resources professionals and trans, intersex and non-binary people. The research covered issues such as the knowledge, attitudes and experiences of Human Resources professionals, and the experiences of trans, intersex and non-binary people in the workplace, including their experiences with workplace discrimination. These national reports include the current legislative and public policy framework of the partner countries, a brief overview of other research on the subject matter, and the models of support and services available to trans, intersex and non-binary workers and jobseekers.
The project partners have started conducting trainings and workshops with trans, intersex and non-binary workers and jobseekers. Over the course of the workshops, the participants will be familiarised with their rights as workers and instructed on how to respond to discrimination in the workplace and while looking for work.