In a decision issued this morning, the Romanian Constitutional Court has approved a proposal to hold a referendum on the definition of family.
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On 15 August, the German Federal Government adopted a draft bill on a third gender option. This bill is a missed opportunity to recognize the right to self-determination of trans, intersex and all gender-diverse people.
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Nine members of the LGBTQ community in Armenia were attacked late last night (Friday 3 August 2018).
This afternoon, the Portuguese Parliament has adopted a law establishing the right to self-determination of trans persons aged 18+ in the legal recognition of their gender identity.
On 2 July 2008, the European Commission proposed an important new anti-discrimination law.
Joint public statement from Amnesty International, ILGA-Europe and All Out
The first comprehensive report issued by an international organisation on the widespread human rights abuses inflicted on the LGBTI communities in Chechnya was adopted last night (27 June 2018).
ILGA-Europe will host an interactive webinar on message testing for LGBTI activists and allies.
The video was created to inspire young people around the world to be true to themselves.
As a result, same-sex couples and single women in Malta will be able to access IVF treatment domestically for the first time.
ILGA-Europe and Transgender Europe have been informed that the Serbian Parliament is about to reform the law on Registry Books, with major implications for trans people.
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced yesterday (18 June 2018) the completion of the ICD-11 and deleted all trans-related categories from the ICD Chapter on Mental and Behavioural Disorders.
ILGA-Europe are launching our latest position paper on the rights of LGBTI sex workers.
The report highlights that LGBTI people are particularly vulnerable to violence, ill-treatment and discrimination, many facing it every day.
On 27 June ILGA-Europe will hold the fourth European Equality Gala, the biggest fundraising party for LGBTI movement in Europe and Central Asia.
The Court of Justice of the European Union delivered a judgment today, saying that the definition of ‘spouse’ in EU law on freedom of movement includes same-sex couples.
We invite LGBTI activists working in Europe and Central Asia to join us in a series of webinars to discuss the findings.
“We regret to hear that the equality principle has been deleted from the European Commission draft proposal of the CPR and that references to accessibility for persons with disabilities have not be