Joint committment to LGBTI people in and fleeing Ukraine
On May 17, UNAIDS and ILGA-Europe co-hosted an event to mark IDAHOBIT. Panellists addressed the existing gaps within the humanitarian response in the context of the war in Ukraine, and concluded with recommendations and commitment to better protect the human rights of LGBTIQ+ people staying in Ukraine or who have left.
Keeping LGBTI people safe as the war in Ukraine continues
To mark IDAHOBIT on May 17, ILGA-Europe and UNAIDS, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, will host an event focusing on the rights of LGBTIQ+ people in and from Ukraine. Here, our Executive Director, Evelyne Paradis speaks to UNAIDS about the particular challenges facing LGBTIQ+ people caught up in war.
IDAHOBIT 2022: Rights of LGBTQI+ people in and from Ukraine
On the occasion of IDAHOBIT, ilga-eUROPE and UNAIDS are hosting an event focusing on the rights of LGBTIQ+ people in and from Ukraine.
A Marathon, not a sprint: how we’re responding to the invasion of Ukraine
In the past week, since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, the global response has been massive, alongside a great number of organisations working with […]
Why knowing your HIV status is good for your health and wellbeing
For different reasons, many sexually active people don’t want to know whether they are HIV positive or not. They don’t want to even think about it. But if you do know what your status is, one way or the other, you will be making a positive difference to your life. Here’s why…
Nobody Left Outside – a letter to Commissioner Andriukaitis
‘Nobody Left Outside’ a collective of organisations committed to working together to find solutions to improve access to healthcare for the communities we all represent, […]