Today ILGA-Europe launches a new publication – a Handbook on Observations of Pride Marches.
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Cette semaine, ILGA-Europe et IGLYO rendent publics les résultats d’une vaste enquête sur la discrimination contre les jeunes LGBT.
This week ILGA-Europe and IGLYO launch the results of a comprehensive survey on discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) young people.
ILGA-Europe welcomes the resolution adopted by the European Parliament on the increase of racist and homophobic violence in Europe.
Today the Latvian Parliament rejected a proposal to include sexual orientation in the Labour Law.
On the eve of Russia accepting its presidency of the Council of Europe, on 27 May 2006 Moscow authorities have dispersed a peaceful demonstration in support of LGBT rights and failed to ensure the safety of its participants.
On 18 May 2006, the Mayor of Moscow refused permission for the first lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Pride March.
On 17 May 2006, when the world marked International Day against Homophobia, the UN rejected ILGA-Europe’s application for consultative status with the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
For the second time, today, the world marks International Day Against Homophobia. Homophobia is an irrational fear and dislike of homosexuality and of LGBT people.
On 28 April 2006, the Chisinau Mayor refused a request by the Moldovan LGBT organisation to organise a manifestation by the Moldovan Parliament on 5 May 2006.
Five LGBT people were elected as members of the Italian parliament.
Call upon the EU Austrian Presidency not to rush with the decision over the EU Fundamental Rights Agency
ILGA-Europe wants to join the call of social and equality NGOs for a renewed commitment to the EU Social Agenda
Yesterday Czech parliamentarians adopted same-sex partnerships law. The Czech Republic became the second post-communist country in Europe to legally recognise lesbian and gay families.
27 January is Holocaust Memorial Day.
This afternoon the EP will debate a resolution on homophobia in Europe, which was agreed by all major political groups at the Parliament.
Today the Latvian parliament adopted a constitutional amendment in the third and final reading to define marriage as a union of a man and a woman to prevent any possibility for same-sex marriage.
Tomorrow is the International Human Rights Day when the world is marking the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.
On 19 November 2005, another peaceful demonstration in support of equality and tolerance was banned in a Polish city of Poznan.
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