LGBT in Britain reveals the results of a Stonewall-commissioned survey.
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Executive Director of ILGA-Europe, Evelyne Paradis, said: “With a noticeable rise in homophobic, biphobic and transphobic hate crime in a number of countries, and the lack of legislation to protect
On 14 August, the United Kingdom granted refugee status to a prominent Nigerian LGBT activist, Aderonke Apata. The win ended a 13-year battle over her right to stay in the UK.
ILGA-Europe and TGEU invite you to apply to participate in a capacity building seminar on LGBTI asylum and a roundtable with public authorities in Brussels, from 27-28 November 2017. **Revised deadline for applications: 19 September 2017**
An overwhelming majority in the Maltese parliament has voted in favour of a bill to change the marriage act (and a number of related laws).
Children born by a surrogate mother in a country outside France (where there is a legal framework on surrogacy) can now be adopted by the partner of their biological partner.
It’s official – marriage equality is about to become a reality in Germany.
This year, in its 15th year of anniversary, the Pride March was banned by Istanbul Governor’s Office, a day before its occurrence.
The Pride march was planned for Sunday 25 June in the vicinity of Taksim Square.
ILGA-Europe had intervened as a third party in the Bayev case.
Find here more information about the upcoming training “Communicating and framing for social change”, 15-17 September 2017, Brussels. Apply now for a participatory training on framing for social change.
Deadline for applications is 6 July 2017 at 18.00 CET. Please note: the programme is open only to Georgian LGBTI organisations or initiative groups.
Belgium will have a new law governing the legal gender recognition process.
Here is a round-up of events, statements and celebrations that took place to mark IDAHOT 2017.
The resolution condemns the widespread human rights violations in Chechnya.
Rainbow Europe 2017 is now live - go to www.rainbow-europe.org to find out more!
The fund was created to support LGBTI communities and their allies in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Russia, and Ukraine. This is the last call in 2017 and it will close on Wednesday 19 April 2017.
ILGA-Europe are launching a new re-granting programme ‘Organising for change: Communities rising’ to support LGBTI community organising work in the European region. Deadline for applications is 24 April 2017 at 18 CET.
On 24 March 2017, the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) issued a report entirely dedicated to the situation of LGBTI asylum seekers.
On the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, ILGA-Europe are joining forces with over 200 civil society partners.