In late December, the French government launched an ambitious action plan to fight hate against LGBT people.
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Today is a day to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust perpetrated by the Nazi regime against Jews, Roma, Sinti, people with disabilities, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people.
On Monday 16 January, unknown perpetrators threw a firecracker with "no fags allowed" written on it during a presentation of the Queer UW scientific circle at the University of Warsaw.
ILGA-Europe are organising a 3-day training on “Financial Management and Funds Administration: towards Sustainable Change” taking place on 13-15 April 2017 in Budapest, Hungary.
ILGA-Europe invites applications for the upcoming litigation workshop on Fundraising for Litigation to take place in Brussels 1-2 March 2017.
A case involving a woman seeking asylum based on her sexual orientation has been struck out by the European Court of Human Rights.
ILGA-Europe are extremely disappointed to see that the need for a more open, equal and principled European Union appears to be taking a back seat to political games.
Commissioner Oettinger’s first week as the Commissioner responsible for the EU budget and human resources is starting today.
Several equality and non-discrimination NGOs have written to MEPs ahead of next week's hearing.
Both organisations also urge the European Union to implement LGBTI guidelines in 2017.
Today, the European Parliament adopted the Report on the Situation of fundamental rights in the European Union in 2015 when they gathered in plenary in Strasbourg.
We met with the cabinets of Koen Geens and Elke Sleurs to discuss the draft law.
On 7-8 December, ILGA-Europe were pleased to host a study visit on Freedom of Assembly and Pride Marches, a staple of the LGBTI movement since the 1960s that in recent years has faced new challenges and limitations.
Today, on 10 December, the United Nations encourages us all to ‘stand up for someone’s human rights’.
On 9-10 February 2017, ILGA-Europe and the European Aids Treatment Group (EATG) are jointly organising a capacity-building seminar in Brussels.
The Romanian Constitutional Court has announced that it will refer questions to the Court of Justice of the European Union in the case of a same-sex couple who wish to be recognised as spouses.
The state of emergency continues in Turkey, with increasing repression of opposition, activists and media voices. Over 370 NGOs were shut down at the start of November allegedly for suspected terrorist ties.
ILGA-Europe welcome yesterday’s unanimous decision by the European Court of Human Rights, which upheld freedom of expression in the case of Kaos GL vs Turkey.
New ILGA-Europe policy paper outlining advocacy priorities regarding LGBTI issues in Western Balkans in the coming year. The situation for LGBTI people is at a pivotal moment in most accession countries.
On 14-15 November, ILGA-Europe hosted an EU study visit for LGBTI rights activists from the Western Balkans.