Is here. Unfortunately, it does not address Intersex conditions, apart from a passing mention in the first paragraphs. While they are in theory separate, in practice, when it comes to many of the issues raised in the report regarding docmentation, there is considerable overlap.
For one thing, the EUCHR report assumes as an unspoken axiom that everyone has a gender identity of male or female. While this may be true for the majority of people, it's not true for all. It's not even true for those who are cis-sexual (ie who fit exactly the biological binary sex model), and certainly not true for every Intersexed individual, just the majority of them.
While there may be an arguable case based on biology for coercing cis-sexual people into conforming to a societally-approved binary gender model (not that I'd argue in favour), for many Intersexed people with gender identities that don't follow the norm, there can be no case. There is no logic, no justification, no reason, the coercion is there purely to make third parties less uncomfortable, and enable them to blindly ignore biological reality.
So while this report is good for the vast majority of transsexual people, and for many transgendered people whose current somatic form and gender identity are mismatched, there are still some left out in the cold, excluded from the human rights that most enjoy.
In my own situation, it fits my requirements exactly. I fit well into the binary gender model, at least, when it comes to gender identity, and relatively well when it comes to biological sex. But my experiences of being on the receiving end of bigotry have left me sensitised to the needs of others. Even others I consider weird, and peculiar, people who I don't identify with at all, and who make me feel uncomfortable, as many cissexual GenderQueer people do.
Because I am considered by many to be weird, and peculiar, and make other people uncomfortable just by existing. I cannot in all conscience demand human rights for myself, and exclude others. Not even when excluding them would make my own fight easier. In fact, especially not then, because morality and ethics cannot ever be a matter for pragmatism.