Support from political parties

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    Around the world, in most countries, there are political parties. These parties hold many beliefs, and some of them support the rights of nonbinary people. This is important to promoting recognition to nonbinary people, while at the same time, it may be harmful to the party due to discrimination against nonbinary people. This makes it important to strengthen some of these parties to ensure the recognition of nonbinary people and their identities.

    List[edit | edit source]

    This is a list compiled from the websites of different parties.

    Blue- High focus (very unlikely)
    Green- Middling focus
    Red- No focus (not shown here)

    Purple- Unknown

    There will be some things in the middle.

    Name/Website Ideology Country Evidence Focus
    Høyre Christian Conservatism Norway "Work to ensure that Norway takes a leading international role in the fight for women's rights and gender equality." This obviously makes a distinction between women's rights and gender equality. It may be my imagination, but why else would they add "and gender equality"?[1] It also mentions "retain[ing] a gender-neutral marriage act" and gender identity. A reasonable focus on LGBTIQ people according to the website, with covert recognition in the English version.
    Scottish National Party Social Democracy, Anti-Toryism, Scottish Nationalism United Kingdom... The website mentions supporting nonbinary rights.[2] Unknown
    Sosialistisk Venstreparti (Socialist Left Party) Socialism Norway "SV wants to open to a third judicial gender category."[3] (Translated from Norwegian) Unknown
    Australian Labor Party Centre-left Australia In their 2018 National Platform it is mentioned in the LGBTIQ section that the party wishes to "Review documentation requirements, including passports and birth certificates, as they affect transgender and intersex people, to facilitate their equal enjoyment of human rights without discrimination and to promote identification options beyond binary male / female", as well as "Ensure proportionality in the use of sex and gender markers on official documents so that any presence of such markers fulfils a genuine and proportionate need". Unknown
    Green Party of the United States Left-wing, anti-capitalist, eco-socialist United States of America "The Green Party affirms the right of all persons to self-determination with regard to gender identity and sex. We affirm the right of choosing non- binary and gender fluid identification. We therefore support the right of individuals to be free from coercion and involuntary assignment of gender or sex."[4] Unknown

    Sources[edit | edit source]

    1. Norwegian:
      English (PDF file):
    2. Archived on 17 July 2023
    3. Archived on 17 July 2023
    4. "Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity". Archived from the original on 17 July 2023. Retrieved 14 February 2021.