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The legal experts discussed the findings resulting from data collected in the 28 EU Member States through FRA’s research network, FRANET. This included questions of legal recognition and gender reassignment; non-discrimination and the promotion of equality in employment; freedom of expression, assembly and protection from abuse and violence, including hate crime; family members in free movement; family reunification and asylum; and asylum and subsidiary protection for LGBT people. For the first time, the FRA report will also cover the situation of intersex people, with a focus on the issue of sexual identity on birth certificates and medical treatments on children. FRA will publish the results of the comparative legal analysis during 2015.