Selected Academic Contributions (chronological)







  • Masuma Shahid, The Right to Same-Sex Marriage: Assessing the European Court of Human Rights’ Consensus-Based Analysis in Recent Judgments Concerning Equal Marriage Rights, Erasmus Law Review, no.3, December 2017 (doi: 10.5553/ELR.000088), available at:
  • Langford, Malcolm, Revisiting Joslin v. New Zealand: Same-Sex Marriage in Polarised Times (February 7, 2017). in: E. Brems and E. Desmet, Integrated Human Rights in Practice: Rewriting Human Rights Decisions (Edward Elgar, 2017). Available at SSRN: 
  • Ziegler, Andreas R. / Kuffer, Julie, Orientation sexuelle et identité de genre des mineurs en droit international , in: Hernandez-Truyol, Berta Esperanza / Virzo, Roberto (eds.), Or,ientamento sessuale, identità di genere e tutela dei minori (Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, Napoli, 2017), 77-106. [serval:BIB_5DAE7C6D0467]
  • Kees Waaldijk, Marie Digoix, Natalie Nikolina, Giuseppe Zago, Daniel Damonzé, Arianna Caporali & Kamel Nait Abdellah (eds.), The LawsAndFamilies Database – Aspects of legal family formats for same-sex and different-sex couples, Paris: INED, 2017, .
  • Kees Waaldijk (ed.), ‘More and more together: Legal family formats for same-sex and different-sex couples in European countries – Comparative analysis of data in the LawsAndFamilies Database’ (with contributions by Daniel Damonzé, Marie Digoix, Marina Franchi, Natalie Nikolina, José Ignacio Pichardo Galán, Giulia Selmi, Matias de Stéfano Barbero, Matthias Thibeaud, Jose A.M. Vela, Kees Waaldijk, and Giuseppe Zago), FamiliesAndSocieties Working Paper 75(2017), .
  • Angioletta Sperti, Constitutional Courts, Gay Rights and Sexual Orientation Equality (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2017).
  • Katharina Boele-Woelki and Angelika Fuchs (eds), Same-Sex Relationships  and Beyond – Gender Matters in the EU (Intersentia, 3rd edition 2017), xii + 250 pp.
  • Carroll, A. and Mendos, L.R., State-Sponsored Homophobia 2017 : A world survey of sexual orientation laws: criminalisation, protection and recognition (Geneva; ILGA, May 2017).
  • Charles Barrera Moore, Embracing Ambiguity and Adopting Propriety: Using Comparative Law To Explore Avenues for Protecting the LGBT Population Under Article 7 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Minnesota law review, volume 101, 2017,1287 -1331.
  • Carmen Draghici, The legitimacy of family rights in Strasbourg case law – “living instrument” or extinguished sovereignty? (Oxford, Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2017, xxxi, 422 Seiten).
  • Roberto Virzo, The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child and the Protection of the “Fundamental Rights” of LGBTI Minors , Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, vol.45, Fall 2017, no. 1, pp. 59-82.
  • Robert   Wintemute, EUROPEAN LAW AGAINST DISCRIMINATION ON GROUNDS OF SEXUAL ORIENTATION , in  Katharina Boele-Woelki and Angelika Fuchs (eds), Same-Sex Relationships  and Beyond – Gender Matters in the EU (Intersentia, 3rd edition 2017), 180-203.
  • Jens M. Scherpe and Andy Hayward (eds.), The Future of Registered Partnerships, European Family Law, vol. 44, August 2017
    ISBN 978-1-78068-429-1.




  • Amnesty International Europe, The state decides who I am: lack of legal recognition for transgender people in Europe (February 2014). Verfügbar unter: 
  • Gallo, Daniele; Paladini, Luca; Pustorino, Pietro (eds.), Same-Sex Couples before National, Supranational and International Jurisdictions (Springer, Berlin, 2014).
  • Stuart Davies, New Approaches to Same-Sex Marriage, the end of nationality as a connecting factor? in: Family law and culture in Europe : developments, challenges and opportunities (edited by Katharina Boele-Woelki, Nina Dethloff, Werner Gephart), Intersentia 2014, 263-276.
  • Gonzalez-Salzberg, Damian A. “The Accepted Transsexual and the Absent Transgender: A Queer Reading of the Regulation of Sex/Gender by the European Court of Human Rights.” American University International Law Review 29 no. 4 (2014): 797-829.
  • Kirby, ‘Sexuality and International Law: The New Dimension’ (2014) European Human Rights Law Review 350.
  • Dorota Pudzianowska and Krzysztof Smiszek (supervised and edited by Christa Tobler), Combating sexual orientation discrimination in the European Union  (2014).
  • Jens M. Scherpe (ed.), The Legal Status of Transsexual and Transgender Persons (Intersentia, 2014).
  • Kritz, Brian, The Global Transgender Population and the International Criminal Court, Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal, vol. 17 (2014). 1.
  • Helfer, Laurence R / Voeten, Erik, International Courts as Agents of Legal Change: Evidence from LGBT Rights in Europe, International Organization, 2014, Vol. 68(1), 77-110.
  • Theilen, Jens T, Depathologisation of Transgenderism and International Human Rights Law, Human Rights Law Review, 2014, Vol. 14(2), 327-342.
  • Ryan R. Thoreson, Transnational LGBT Activism – Working for Sexual Rights Worldwide , University of Minnesota Press , 2014.
  • Saipira Furstenberg, Male Rape in Armed Conflicts: Why We Should Talk About It”_2014. Global Perspectives on Human Rights. Oxford Human Rights Hub. Oxford University Press. 253-254.
  • International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), SOGI Casebook (2014), available online. 


  • Amnesty International. Making Love a Crime: Criminalization of Same-Sex Conduct in Sub-Saharan Africa. 2013. Verfügbar unter: 
  • Bedi, Sonu: Beyond race, sex, and sexual orientation. – Cambridge : Cambridge Univ. Press, 2013
  • Lennox, Corinne / Waites, Matthew (eds.), Human Rights, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in The Commonwealth: Struggles for Decriminalisation and Change (SAS, on-line publication , 2013).
  • Marchetti, Ximena Gauché, Sexualidad Diversa y Discriminación. Una mirada desde el Derecho Internacional de los Derechos Humanos (Editorial Académica Española, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co., Saarbrücken, Alemania, 2013, ISBN; 978-3-8465-6043-3)
  • Spijkerboer, Thomas [ed.]: Fleeing homophobia. – London [u.a.] : Routledge, 2013
  • Wiemann, Rebekka M.: Sexuelle Orientierung im Völker- und Europarecht. – Berlin : BWV, Berliner Wiss.-Verl., 2013.
  • Stuart Davies, Same-Sex Couples and the EU proposals for Matrimonial Property Regimes was published in [2013] CFLQ 19.
  • Constantin, Cojocariu, Moving Beyond Goodwin: A Fresh Assessment of the European Court of Human Rights’ Transgender Rights Jurisprudence, Interights Bulletin 17.3, October 2013.
  • Dameno, Roberta, Percorsi dell’identità – i diritti fondamentali delle persone transgenere : una riflessione socio-giuridica, Roma, Aracne, 2013 (131 pages).
  • Ghattas, Dan Christian, Human Rights Between the Sexes – A preliminary study on the life situations of inter* individuals , Heinrich Böll Foundation, September 2013.
  • Sperti, A. (2013). Omosessualità e diritti. Pisa University Press.


  • Agius, Silvan & Tobler, Christa, Trans and intersex people -Discrimination on the grounds of sex, gender identity and gender expression (European Commission, European Network of Legal Experts in the non-discrimination field, Supervised by Migration Policy Group, 2012).
  • Goodman, Ryan: Asylum and the concealment of sexual orientation. – In: New York University: New York University journal of international law & politics, 44(2012), 2, S. 407-446.
  • Johnson, Paul, Homosexuality and the European Court of Human Rights (London, Routledge 2012).
  • Leigh, Vanessa / Altan, Levent / Long, Jordan, Towards an EU roadmap for equality on grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity , DIRECTORATE GENERAL FOR INTERNAL POLICIES POLICY DEPARTMENT C: CITIZENS’ RIGHTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL AFFAIRS – CIVIL LIBERTIES, JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS,  European Parliament, Brussels, 2012.
  • Mulder, Jule: Some more equal than others?. – In: Maastricht journal of European and comparative law, 19(2012), 4, S. 505-523.
  • Titze, Annegret: Sexuelle Orientierung und die Zumutung der Diskretion. – In: Zeitschrift für Ausländerrecht und Ausländerpolitik, 32(2012), 4, S. 93-102
  • WAALDIJK KEES, Same-sex partnership, international protection. In: The Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Law, Oxford 2012, p. 1125-1133.
  • Waaldijk, Cornelis, The right to relate: On the importance of “orientation” in comparative sexual orientation law, (2012, available at:
  • WALKER KRISTEN, Transsexuals and transgenders, international protection. In: The Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Law, Oxford 2012, p. 1056-1059.
  • United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Born free and equal (New York and Geneva : United Nations, 2012 – see updated 2nd edn. in 2019).
  • UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Guidelines on International Protection No. 9: Claims to Refugee Status based on Sexual Orientation and/or Gender Identity within the context of Article 1A(2) of the 1951 Convention and/or its 1967 Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees, 23 October 2012, HCR/GIP/12/01, available at: 


  • Agence des droits fondamentaux de l’Union européenne, Manuel de droit européen en matière de non-discrimination , Luxembourg, Office des publications de l’Union européenne, 2011.
  • Agentur der Europäischen Union für Grundrechte, Handbuch zum europäischen Antidiskriminierungsrecht , Luxemburg, Amt für Veröffentlichungen der Europäischen Union, 2011.
  • European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Homophobia, Transphobia and Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the EU Member States , Vienna 2011.
  • BJORGE EIRIK, Sexuality Rights under the European Convention on Human Rights. In: Nordic Journal of Human Rights, vol. 29(2011), Nrs 2-3, p.158-183.
  • BULL  Henrik, Free Movement of Persons and the recognition of Foreign Marriages, in: Werner Meng / Gregor Ress / Torsten Stein (eds.), Europäische Integration und Globalisierung (Baden-Baden, Nomos, 2011), 51-66.
  • Commissioner for Human Rights (Council of Europe), Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Europe (Background Document) , Strasbourg, October 2011.
  • International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Justice: A Comparative Law Casebook , Geneva 2011, available online.
  • Conseil de l’Europe, Combattre la discrimination fondée sur l’orientation sexuelle ou l’identité de genre : les normes du Conseil de l’Europe (Council of Europe, Combating discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity – Council of Europe standards), Strasbourg, Editions du Conseil de l’Europe, 2011.
  • Council of Europe, Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Europe, Strasbourg, Council of Europe Publishing, 2nd edn. 2011.
  • COPUR EYLEM, Die Diskriminierung aufgrund von sexueller Orientierung. In: AJP. – Zürich. – Jg. 20(2011), Nr. 11, S. 1436-1444.
  • HIRSCHFELD-EDDY-STIFTUNG, Yogyakarta Plus – Menschenrechte für Lesben, Schwule, Bisexuelle, Transgender und Intersexuelle in der internationalen Praxis, Berlin 2011.
  • HUSSON-ROCHCONGAR CÉLINE, The protection of transsexual’s rights by the European Court of Human Rights: A true breakthrough or a new risk? In: Equality and Justice : Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the XXI Century , Udine, Forum, 2011, p. 177-190.
  • Jackie Jones et al. (eds.), Gender, Sexualities and Law (Routledge Chapman & Hall, London, 2011).
  • JANSEN S, SPIJKERBOER T., Fleeing Homophobia. Asylum Claims related to sexual orientation and gender identirtty  in Europe. COC Nederland, Free University Amsterdam; 2011. online at: 
  • JOHNSON PAUL, Homosexuality, freedom of assembly and the margin of appreciation doctrine of the European Court of Human Rights : Alekseyev v Russia. In: Human Rights Law Review, vol. 11, Nr. 3 (2011), p. [578]-593.
  • LALOR KAY, Constituting sexuality : rights, politics and power in the gay rights movement. In: The International Journal of Human Rights; vol. 15 (2011), Nr. 5, p. 683-699.
  • MARKS SUZANNE, Global recognition of human rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. In: Vulnerable and Marginalised Groups and Human Rights, Cheltenham [etc.], Elgar 2011, p. 287-296.
  • MCDONALD IAIN, When hate is not enough: tackling homophobic violence. In: Gender, Sexualities and Law, New York, Routledge 2011, p. 148-160.
  • KOHLER Christian, Vom MArkt zum Menschen: Das internationale Familienrecht der Europäischen Union nach dem Vertrag von Lissabon in: Werner Meng / Gregor Ress / Torsten Stein (eds.), Europäische Integration und Globalisierung (Baden-Baden, Nomos, 2011) 309-326.
  • PINTENS Walter, Die Commission on European Family Law (CEFL) – ein Beitrag zur Europäisierung des Privatrechts, in: Werner Meng / Gregor Ress / Torsten Stein (eds.), Europäische Integration und Globalisierung (Baden-Baden, Nomos, 2011) 359-374.
  • Richter, Dagmar: Rechtspersönlichkeit und Geschlechterrolle. – In: Der Mensch als Person und Rechtsperson, (2011), S. 171-202
  • SACKSOFSKY UTE, Grundrechtlicher Schutz für Transsexuelle in Deutschland und Europa. In : Grundrechte und Solidarität : Durchsetzung und Verfahren. In: Festschrift für Renate Jaeger,  Kehl am Rhein,  Engel, 2011, S. 675-701.
  • Luca Trappolin, Alessandro Gasparini and Robert Wintemute (eds.), Confronting Homophobia in Europe – Social and Legal Perspectives  (Hart Publ., Oxford, 2011).
  • United Nations, General Assembly. Discriminatory laws and practices and acts of violence against individuals based on their sexual orientation and gender identity. 2011. Verfügbar unter: 
  • WAELE HENRI DE/VLEUTEN, ANNA VAN DER, Judicial activism in the European Court of Justice : the case of LGBT rights. In: Journal of International Law and Practice, vol. 19 (2011), Nr. 3, p. 639-666.
  • Wakolbinger, Doris: Was heißt denn hier normal?. – Wien ; Graz : NWV, Neuer Wiss. Verl., 2011
  • ZIEGLER ANDREAS R., LGBT Rights and economic migration: will the liberalization of the movement of persons in economic integration agreements increase the need for common regional standards regarding civil status rights? In: Equality and Justice : Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the XXI Century, Udine, Forum, 2011, p. 219-240.
  • Lauri Sivonen, “Gender Identity Discrimination in European Judicial Discourse”, The Equal Rights Review. vol. 7, 2011, 11-26.


  • BHAGWAT, ASHUTOSH A., The myth of rights (Oxford, Oxford Univ. Press, 2010).
  • BREMS EVA, Should rights shape societies and their values, or should societal values shape rights ? : An examination of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. In: Constitutional Topography: Values and Constitutions, The Hague, Eleven International Publishing 2010, p. [143]-168.
  • BROWN DAVID, Making room for sexual orientation and gender identity in international human rights Law : an introduction to the Yogyakarta principles. In: Michigan Journal of International Law; vol. 31 (2010), Nr. 4, p. 821-879.
  • CHAN, PHIL C.W. (ed.), Protection of Sexual Minorities since Stonewall – Progress and Stalemate in Developed and Developing Countries (Routledge, London, 2010). (392 pages)
  • CHOI VENICE, Living Discreetly : a Catch 22 in refugee status determinations on the basis of sexual orientation. In: Brooklyn Journal of International Law, vol. 36 (2010), Nr. 1, p. 241-263.
  • Anne-Marie Mooney Cotter, Ask No Questions: An International Legal Analysis on Sexual Orientation Discrimination (Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010).
  • Council of Europe, Recommendation CM/Rec(2010)5 of the Committee of Ministers to member states on measures to combat discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity (31 March 2010). Verfügbar unter:
  • European Union, General Secretariat of the Council, Promoting the Enjoyment of all Human Rights by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Tranasgender People, Br
  • European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Country Thematic Studies on Homophobia, Transphobia and Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity – 2010 update, Vienna 2010.
  • HAMMARBERG THOMAS, Menschenrechte und Geschlechtsidentität, Berlin 2010.
  • LAVIOLETTE NICOLE, UNHCR Guidance note on refugee claims relating to sexual orientation and gender identity : a critical commentary. In: International Journal of Refugee Law, vol. 22 (2010), Nr. 2, p. 173-208.
  • Harding, Rosie, Regulating Sexuality (Hart Publishing, Oxfrod, 2010).
  • LEE MAN YEE KAREN, Equality, Dignity, and Same-Sex Marriage : a Rights Disagreement in Democratic Societies, Leiden, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2010, 264 p.
  • MECARY CAROLINE, L’intérêt de l’enfant en matière d’adoption et les droits de l’adoptant (arrêt E.B. du 22 janvier 2008). In : La France et la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme : la jurisprudence en 2008. Présentation, commentaires et débats, Bruxelles, Bruylant, 2010, p. [167]-175.
  • MOONEY COTTER ANNE-MARIE , Ask no Questions : an International Legal Analysis on Sexual Orientation Discrimination, Burlington, VT [etc.] 2010, Ashgate, 310 p
  • NUSSBAUM, MARTHA CRAVEN, From disgust to humanity (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2010).
  • O’FLAHERTY MICHAEL, Sexual orientation and gender identity. In: International Human Rights Law, Oxford [etc.], Oxford University Press 2010, p. 331-344.
  • PICHERAL CAROLINE, Droit de revendiquer ouvertement son homosexualité et de promouvoir le respect envers les minorités sexuelle (Obs. sous CEDH, 21 oct. 2010, Alekseyev c. Russie, n° 4916/07, 25924/08 et 14599/09). In : La Semaine juridique : édition générale (JCP), 84e année, Nos 45-46 (8 nov. 2010), p. 2122.
  • United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR), Leitlinien zu Anträgen auf Anerkennung der Flüchtlingseigenschaft gestützt auf sexuelle Orientierung und geschlechtliche Identität, Genf November 2008 (deutsche Übersetzung: UNHVR-Vertretung für Deutschland und Österreich, April 2009).
  • WAITES, MATTHEW, Human rights, sexual orientation and the generation of childhoods, in: International journal of human rights, 14(2010), 6, pp. 971-993.
  • WATTIER ISABELLE, Le double seuil d’âge de validité du consentement sexuel : un choix de politique pénale. In: Revue de droit pénal et de criminologie, vol. 90 (2010), No 3, p. 230-265.
  • WILETS, JAMES D. From Divergence to Convergence? A Comparative and International Law Analysis of LGBTI Rights in the Context of Race and Post-Colonialism (2010,
  • YECIES, SHARON, Sexual orientation, discrimination, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in: Chicago journal of international law, 11.2011 (2010), 2, pp. 789-812.
  • Lind, A. (2010). Development, sexual rights and global governance. Routledge.


  • AMAR, VIKRAM [ed.], Global perspectives on constitutional law (New York, NY, Oxford Univ. Press, 2009).
  • BROMLEY MARK/WALKER KRISTEN, The stories of Dudgeon and Toonen : personal struggles to legalize sexual identities. In: Human Rights Advocacy Stories, New York, Thomson/Foundation Press 2009, p. 83-115.
  • European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Homophobia and Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the EU Member States: Part II – The Social Situation , Vienna 2009.
  • GOODALL, KAY, Challenging hate speech. in: International journal of human rights, 13 (2009) 2/3, pp. 211-232.
  • HEINZE, ERIC, Cumulative Jurisprudence and Hate Speech: Sexual Orientation and Analogies to Disability, Age, and Obesity, in:  Ivan Hare and James Weinstein (eds.), Extreme Speech and Democracy (OUP, 2009).
  • HEINZE ERIC, Cumulative jurisprudence and hate speech : the example of sexual minorities and hate speech. In: The International Journal of Human Rights, vol. 13 (2009), Nrs 2-3, p. 193-209.
  • KANSTROOM DANIEL, Peticiones de asilo basadas en cuestiones de sexualidad : algunas respuestas y muchas preguntas. In: Anuario de Derechos Humanos; vol. 5 (2009), p. 111-121.
  • MAHON CLAIRE, Sexual orientation, gender identity and the right to health. In: Realizing the Right to Health, Zürich, Rüffer & Rub 2009, p. 235-248.
  • MALDOON TIMOTHY, Sexual orientation discrimination: a necessary and emerging area of United Nations concern. In: International Human Rights Monitoring Mechanisms — Essays in Honour of Jakob Th. Möller, Leiden/Boston, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2009, p. [429]-438.
  • MILLBANK, JENNI: From discretion to disbelief, in: International journal of human rights, 13(2009), 2/3, pp. 391-414.
  • NARRAIN, ARVIND [ed.], The right that dares to speak its name (Bangalore, Alternative Law Forum, 2009).
  • SMITH DARA, Home is were the heart is : sexual orientation discrimination and the right to adequate housing in international law. In: The George Washington International Law Review; vol. 40 (2009), Nr. 4, p. 1343-1374.
  • STEWART, Chuck (ed.),The Greenwood encyclopedia of LGBT issues worldwide (Santa Barbara, Calif., Greenwood Press, 2009) 3 volumes.
  • SWIEBEL JOKE/VEUR, DENNIS VAN DER, Hate crimes against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons and the policy response of international governmental Organisations. In: Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, vol. 27 (2009), No. 4, p. 485-524.
  • TAMALE SYLVIA, A human rights impact assessment of the anti-homosexuality bill. In: East African Journal of Peace and Human Rights, vol. 15 (2009), Nr. 2, p. 509-519.
  • Dreger AD & Herndon A, Progress and Politics in the Intersex Rights Movement:Feminist Theory in Action. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies. 15(2):2009, 199-224.


  • BORGE BRAVO ROSA, Los derechos humanos aplicados a colectivos discriminados : mujeres y personas homosexuales. In: Los derechos humanos en el siglo XXI : continuidad y cambios, Barcelona, Huygens Editorial 2008, p. 355-389.
  • European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, Homophobia and Discrimination on Grounds of Sexual Orientation in the EU Member States Part I – Legal Analysis , Vienna, 2008. 
  • HIRSCHFELD-EDDY-STIFTUNG, Die Yogyakarta-Prinzipien, Berlin 2008.
  • HOTTELIER MICHEL, Couples de concubins et adoption : une avancée jurisprudentielle originale. In: Jusletter, 6. Octobre 2008.
  • JAGGI MATTHIAS, EGMR-Entscheid zum Adoptionsgesuch einer homosexuellen Frau : Auswirkungen auf die Schweiz. In: Jusletter, 17. März 2008.
  • NOLAN, JOEL M., Chipping at the iceberg, in: New England law review, 42 (2007/08) 1, pp. 109-154.
  • Michael O’Flaherty and John Fisher, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and International Human Rights Law: Contextualising the Yogyakarta Principles, Human Rights Law Review 2008 8(2):207-248.
  • UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), UNHCR Guidance Note on Refugee Claims Relating to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, 21 November 2008, available at:
  • ZANGHELLINI, ALEARDO, To what extent does the ICCPR support procreation and parenting by lesbians and gay men? In: Melbourne Journal of International Law, vol. 9 (2008), Nr. 1, p. 125-150. 
  • Cornwall, A., Correa, S., & Jolly, S. (2008). Development with a body. Zed Books, Distributed in the USA exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan.


  • DUBOS OLIVIER (Ed.), Sexe, sexualité et droits européens : enjeux politiques et scientifiques des libertés individuelles, Paris, Pedone 2007, 156 p.
  • DUDEK SONJA, HARNISCH RICHARD , HAAG RUPERT, HANENKAMP KERSTIN, KÖRNER CLAUDIA (Ethnologin), DE LA MOTTE-SHERMANN COLIN (Hrsg.), Das Recht, anders zu sein – Menschenrechtsverletzungen an Lesben, Schwulen und Transgender, Quer Verlag, 2007.
  • FITZPATRICK BARRY, The “Mainstreaming” of Sexual Orientation into European Equality Law. In: Equality Law in an Enlarged European Union : Understanding the Article 13 Directives, Cambridge [etc.], Cambridge University Press 2007, p. 313-343.
  • International Commission of Jurists, Sexual orientation and gender identity in human rights law (Geneva, International Commission of Jurists, 2007).
  • LAMARCHE MARI, Les homosexuels devant la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme. In: Sexe, sexualité et droits européens : enjeux politiques et scientifiques des libertés individuelles, Paris, Pedone 2007, p. 45-54.
  • LANG JACK/BORRILLO DANIEL, Homosexuels : quels droits ?, Paris, Dalloz 2007, 112 p.
  • MURRAY, RACHEL, Towards non-discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, in: Human rights quarterly, 29(2007), 1, pp. 86-111.
  • RENCHON JEAN-LOUIS, La liberté sexuelle n’a-t-elle plus d’autre limite que la liberté sexuelle ? A propos de l’arrêt K.A. et A.D. c. Belgique du 17 février 2005 de la C.E.D.H. In : En hommage à Francis Delpérée, itinéraires d’un constitutionnaliste, Bruxelles, Bruylant; Paris, LGDJ; 2007, p. [1309]-1320.
  • Richter, Dagmar, Die Wiederentdeckung des “Dritten Geschlechts”- Homosexualität im Völker- und Europarecht, in: Zimmermann, Andreas  / Giegerich, Thomas (eds.), Gender und Internationales Recht (Duncker & Humblot GmbH, 2007).
  • RISHWORTH, PAUL, Changing times, changing minds, changing laws, in: International journal of human rights, 11 (2007) 1/2, pp. 85-107.
  • WOODMAN, SHAUN: Treaty bodies have dealt with sexual orientation as it relates to discrimination and the enjoyment of human rights, in: Polish legal journal, 12(2007), 2, pp. 185-200.
  • Sandesh Sivakumaran, Sexual violence against men in armed conflict , European journal of international law, 2007/4/1,Volume 18, Issue 2, 253-276.


  • LAFFERTY, LORRAINE P., Religion, sexual orientation and the state, in: The Canadian bar review, 85 (2006) ,pp. 287-316.
  • LARRALDE JEAN-MANUEL, L’article 8 de la Convention européenne des droits de l’homme et la protection de l’identité sexuelle. In: Rev.trim.dr.h. 2006, p. 35–54
  • LAU, HOLNING, Transcending the individualist paradigm in sexual orientation antidiscrimination law, in: California law review, 94 (2006) 4, pp. 1271-1322.
  • LEROUX, JOLANDI, Adjudicating sexual orientation within a constitutional framework, in: African journal of international and comparative law, 14 (2006) 1, pp. 120-133.
  • Marks, Suzanne M., Global recognition of human rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, in: Health and human rights, 2006, Vol.9(1), pp.33-42.
  • WAALDIJK KEES/BONINI-BARALDI MATTEO, Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the European Union: National Laws and the Employment Equality Directive, The Hague 2006.
  • WEYEMBERGH ANNE/CÂRSTOCEA SÎNZIANA (Hrsg.), The Gays’ and Lesbians’ Rights in an Enlarged European Union, Brussel 2006.
  • ZIEGLER ANDREAS R., Les notions de la famille et du mariage dans la pratique du juge européen. In: Piotet Denis/Tappy Denis (Eds), L’arbre de la méthode et ses fruits civils, Recueil de travaux en l’honneur du Professeur Suzette Sandoz, Genève [etc.], 2006, p. 333–344


  • CARE, GREGORY, Something old, something new, something borrowed, something long overdue, in: University of Baltimore law review, 35 (2005) 1, pp. 73-132.
  • CURRY-SUMNER IAN, All’s Well that Ends Registered? The Substantive and Private International Law Aspects of Non-Marital Registered Relationships in Europe. A Comparison of the Laws of Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, Antwerpen/Oxford 2005.
  • CHAN, PHIL C. W., The lack of sexual orientation anti-discrimination legislation in Hong Kong, in: International journal of human rights, 9 (2005) 1, pp. 69-106.
  • FEINDEL, ALYCIA T., Reconciling sexual orientation, in: Journal of international law, 13 (2005) 1/2,pp. 197-225.
  • LANDAU, JOSEPH, “Soft immutability” and “imputed gay identity”, in: The Fordham urban law journal, 32 (2005) 2,pp. 237-289.
  • LESTER; TONI P., Queering the office, in:UMKC law review, 73 (2005) 3, pp. 643-680.
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