|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|
In 2017 and 2021, civil society formed the Rainbow Ballot Agreements with political parties, setting out clear and measurable commitments for LGBTQI emancipation and equal rights for the next four years.
In 2021, trans organisations TNN and Transvisie launched the Genderpraatjes helpline specifically for trans and gender diverse youth.
COC’s Jong & Out app provides a safe space for LGBTQI+ young people under 19 to meet up and talk online. COC also hosts Jong & Out meetings throughout the country, facilitated by (adult) volunteers, where young people can participate in fun activities in a safe space.
In 2020, COC launched the GSA Onderwijsstandaard (GSA Standard for Education), an interactive online checklist helping schools monitor and evaluate their performance on LGBTQI education, support, and policy. The survey is based on Dutch laws and regulations and can be filled out by both teachers and students.
Gender & Sexuality Alliances (GSA’s) operate in about 80% of Dutch high schools and have played an important role in creating safer school environments for LGBTQ learners. Among other things, the GSA website includes a list of actions that students and teachers can take, resources for LGBTQ learners, and also lesson plans for teachers.