|SC||Variations of sex characteristics|
|GR1||Legal gender recognition without self-determination|
|GR2||Legal gender recognition with self-determination (over 16)|
|GR3||Legal gender recognition with self-determination (under 16)|
|FPN||LGBTI focal points network|
|CA||Ministerial call to action|
The Monegasque Constitution (dated 17 December 1962, amended 2 April 2002) contains no specific legislation in relation to discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or variations in sex characteristics, relating to education or otherwise.
The government co-ordinates an annual anti-bullying awareness day across schools which began in 2015. The ‘No to Bullying’ day forms part of an initiative by the Department of Education, Youth and Sport to combat bullying in schools. Beyond this, there are no formal anti-bullying strategies, although the media commentary suggests that bullying within schools is becoming more of a focus of the government.
There is no available data on LGBTQI inclusive education curricula.
There is no available data regarding mandatory teacher training on LGBTQI awareness
There are no clear legal or administrative proceedings which can be initiated in order for one to change their name or gender marker in Monaco.
There are no formal statistics in relation to bullying and harassment publicly available, but reference is made to a survey conducted which suggested that between two and four per cent of students in Monaco have experienced some level of harassment. The Department of Education, Youth and Sport is responsible for overseeing the organisation and administration of education. However, the absence of specific legislation in relation to LGBTQI discrimination in education means that it does not have a formal role in monitoring or implementing such measures.
Monaco has an established Department of Social Welfare and Social Services which implements and supports decisions in respect of child protection. However, its powers do not specifically refer to in-school services. It is noteworthy that the curriculum of education in Monaco is largely based on the French system but that it does not include similar support functions.
There is no available data on whether the government provides information for LGBTQI learners or their families.
There is no available data on whether the government provides support to LGBTQI civil society organisations working in the area of education.
– Monaco has not signed the Call for Action by Ministers – Inclusive and equitable education for all learners in an environment free from discrimination and violence.
– Monaco is not a member of the European Governmental LGBTI Focal Points Network.