We the participants of the ILGA-Europe 2017 Annual Conference express our concerns regarding the situation of LGBTI people in Poland.
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On 26 July, Evdokiya Romanova, a Samara activist for civil rights, was summoned to the police under an administrative offense - "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations using the Internet" among minors.
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Public statements issued by international instiutions and organisations
Today, the Council of Europe has adopted a resolution on the human rights of intersex people.
Today's vote on the PACE resolution on “The functioning of democratic institutions in Azerbaijan”
The Greek parliament has voted to approve legislation on legal gender recognition in a plenary vote today (10 October 2017).
The countries involved in the study were Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, Lithuania, Poland and the UK.
ILGA-Europe have received reports of attacks targeting the 2017 Equality Festival in Zaporizhia.
Alarming stories have been emerging from Azerbaijan over the past two weeks.
ILGA-Europe are extremely concerned by news of human rights abuses emerging from Azerbaijan.
The EU's journey to full ratification of the Istanbul Convention has continued in Strasbourg.
LGBT in Britain reveals the results of a Stonewall-commissioned survey.
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.