On 9-10 February 2017, ILGA-Europe and the European Aids Treatment Group (EATG) are jointly organising a capacity-building seminar in Brussels.
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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.
On 1 November, the Queer Cyprus Association unveiled a major outdoor advertising campaign.
On 9 November, the European Commission published its annual Enlargement Package. LGBTI rights retained a central role within the fundamental rights section of the reports.
Today, ILGA-Europe, European Women’s Lobby and ENAR - European Network Against Racism sent an open letter on the remarks by European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Günther Öttinger.
The French parliament has voted to introduce a legal gender recognition procedure that is free from sterilisation and medicalisation.
ILGA-Europe announces XVI call for proposals within its Documentation and Advocacy Fund. This call will specifically focus on data-collection of LGBTI-phobic hate crimes supported the government of the Netherlands. Deadline for applications: 8 November 2016, 18:00 CET.
The European Patients’ Forum, a non-governmental organisation that works with patients’ groups in public health and health advocacy across Europe, has launched a survey focusing on access to health care in the European Union.
Commissioner Jourova and the German Minister of Justice have accepted an invitation from the German Equality Body to celebrate the success of 10 years of anti-discrimination legislation.
ILGA-Europe used the day to put the spotlight on the B in our shared acronym. We want to challenge some of the myths around bisexual people, and we want to give visibility to bisexual people in our communities and the specific issues they might face.
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ILGA-Europe, together with 176 other civil society organisations, are asking European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to pause for a moment in advance of the 2016 State of the Union.
A message from civil society ahead of the EU27 Summit in Bratislava on 16 September 2016.
Given the holidays season and high interest in our conference we have decided to postpone the registration deadline until Sunday 11 September.
Commissioner Jourova’s ongoing support and the backing of the entire Commission will be key as we work to ensure these equality gains made in the European Union, and beyond, are protected as well as further advanced
The Civil Partnership Act will become operational in February 2017