Albania: No response to recommendation to apply Principles during Universal Periodic Review
Finland: Agress to the use of the Principles to guide future policy, Universal Periodic Review June 2010
Germany: In its ninth report on human rights policy in international relations and other policy fields, the German federal government endorses the Principles, see page 34. Document is in German.
A summary of the initiative to the Hungarian state administration to raise awareness about the Yogyakarta Principles
Ireland: Statement 5 March 2008 at the Human Rights Council
Malta: Feels the recommendation to apply the Principles, or not, has to be decided on by the Maltese Government, during Universal Periodic Review
- A letter from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, outlining the development of a Transgender Policy: See page 4 for reference to the Principles
- Statement by the Foreign Minister, 3 March 2008 at the Human Rights Council
Statement by Norway on behalf of the Nordic States of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, March 2007 at the Human Rights Council
Norther Ireland Lesbian Line NGO Report: Submission to UN Committee overseeing CEDAW (Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against women). The Principles are references on page 5.
San Marino: Rejected recommendation to apply the Principles during Universal Periodic Review
Serbia: Will study the recommendation to apply the Principles during Universal Periodic Review
A report by the Swedish Development Cooperation that references the Yogyakarta Principles (see page 11, 17 and 26)
Ukraine: Rejected recommendation to apply the Principles during Universal Periodic Review