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
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)
Switzerland: Statement March 2007 at the Human Rights Council
Ukraine: Rejected recommendation to apply the Principles during Universal Periodic Review