Over 200 human and women’s rights groups from across the globe, including ILGA-Europe, made a statement today and called on Poland’s Parliament to reject a regressive legislative proposal that would erode reproductive rights.
Read the latest news from ILGA-Europe here.
On 21 March 2018, the Swedish Parliament took a historic decision that trans people who were forcibly sterilised (between 1972 and 2013) should be paid compensation.
On 7 March 2018, a committee of the Saeima (parliament) of Latvia, rejected a petition for introduction of partnership legislation which would recognise all unmarried couples.
Our Executive Director Evelyne Paradis shared her thoughts after the High Level Group's discussions:
122 MPs voted in favour of the legislation.
This is just one of the provisions contained in the new Maternity Act designed to improve legal protection for children in rainbow families.
The ban on public events organised by LGBTI groups has been upheld by Ankara’s 4th and 13th Administrative Courts.
A judge at Budapest District Court has ruled that same-sex couples who have married outside Hungary have the right to their union being recognised as a registered partnership in Hungary.
ILGA-Europe regret that the European Court of Human Rights has today [Thursday 8 February] made an inadmissibility decision on medically ass
ILGA-Europe have welcomed a non-binding resolution adopted by the European Parliament today which urges the European Commission and members states to fully implement the Free Movement Directive.
Miranda Pagava – an activist with Equality Movement and a trans woman – was attacked in Tbilisi on 28 January
The European Court of Human Rights has been the source of many powerful judgments that protect the rights of LGBTI people. Its 47 judges are at the very core of that work.
Right now, from 1 and 2 of February, the closing conference of the Health4LGBTI project is taking place in Brussels.
Deadline for applications: 5 February 2018, 18:00 CET.
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This report is a big step forward for many reasons.
Same-sex spouses are included in the definition of ‘spouse’, for the purposes of freedom of residence
This judgment reaffirmed that Council of Europe member states have an obligation to safeguard the family life of same-sex couples.
On 14 and 15 December, EU heads of state are expected to discuss the internal and external dimension of the EU’s migration policy.