Welcome to ILGA-Europe’s online media centre.
If you are a journalist interested in covering an LGBTI story with a European slant, then you have come to the right place
Based in Brussels, the staff of ILGA-Europe can provide you with the bigger European picture. Our experienced team come from a variety of countries and are very well-placed to give you a sense of the wider trends developing across the continent.
Contact ILGA-Europe’s media team about your latest article now:
Emma Cassidy, Communications and Media Officer, +32 02 609 54 16
Here is just a selection of the topics that ILGA-Europe can talk about:
- Anti-discrimination measures (from the day-day impact to our Equality for All message and long-running campaign for an EU Horizontal Directive)
- Marriage equality (where it is and is not available in Europe and why)
- What rights trans people have in each country and what barriers they still have to face
- Education (why it’s so important to support LGBTI students of all ages)
- Hate crime and hate speech
- How LGBTI asylum seekers are treated when they cross Europe’s borders
- Diversity in the LGBTI movement, ensuring LBTI women and intersex activist can claim their space
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|‘The Sochi Winter Olympics: who are the real winners?’ – Thomson Reuters Foundation, February 2014|
|‘Why We Need To Vote In The European Elections: Not bothered about the European elections? Think again. Politicians who would threaten LGBT rights in the EU have mobilised, says Evelyne Paradis.’ – The Outmost, May 2014|
|Where is the best place for LGTBI rights in Europe (clue: it's definitely not Russia)? – The Independent, May 2014|
|‘Why Balkan Countries are Wrong About Gay Marriage: Authorities in the region should realise that defining marriage in the constitution as a union between a man and a woman is not only pointless, but actually harmful.’ – Balkan Insight, July 2014|