Transphobic hate crime in the European Union

This report is the first quantitative evidence of trans people’s experiences of hate crime in European Union member states. As this research provided the opportunity for anonymous self-reporting, it is probably the most accurate picture of the extent of transphobic hate crime to date in the context of the trans people from the EU states that participated The data analysed for this report draws upon parts of an online survey that was translated into 13 languages and launched in October 2007. Although the survey covered all aspects of trans people’s lives, the sections analysed for this report concern trans people’s reported experiences in public spaces and the Criminal Justice system. As of November 2008 the total number of respondents to the survey was 2669.

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