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27 Nov 2018

Japan's opposition party prepares LGBTI anti-discrimination bill

The largest opposition party in Japan, the Constitutional Democracy Party (CDP) announces it will introduce LGBTI anti-discrimination legislation to the country’s legislature.
Japan currently has no nationwide protection for discrimination based on sexuality or gender identity, and only Tokyo has created ‘localised’ protections.
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The largest opposition party in Japan, the Constitutional Democracy Party (CDP) announces it will introduce LGBTI anti-discrimination legislation to the country’s legislature.

Japan currently has no nationwide protection for discrimination based on sexuality or gender identity, and only Tokyo has created ‘localised’ protections.

Read more here

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