It is a pivotal moment for the European Commission to live up to its commitments made in the LGBTI Equality Strategy and take effective and meaningful action to ensure safety for and dignity of LGBTI people.
EU LGBTI Strategy
The first ever EU LGBTIQ Equality Strategy, adopted in November 2020, is a major step in the EU’s overall commitment and detailed efforts to ensure the fundamental rights of LGBTIQ people and fight
Yesterday, 12 November 2020, EU Vice-President Jourova and Commissioner for Equality, Helena Dalli launched the first EU LGBTIQ Strategy 2020–2025, marking a significant step forward for the European Commission in protecting and ensuring LGBTI rights. We’ve read through it, and here’s an easy-read version.
The publication today of a five-year EU LGBTIQ Equality Strategy marks a qualitative shift from the European Commission towards playing its full role to defend and protect LGBTI rights in times of real backlash, says Europe’s largest LGBTI umbrella organisation, ILGA-Europe.
There has been little progress in the lived experience of LGBTI people in Europe over the past seven years.
The policy brief presents concrete proposals of legislative and policy initiatives to be included in the EU LGBTI Strategy.
A resolution adopted by the European Parliament today makes a strong call across the European Union.
Eurobarometer reports positive findings on the acceptance of LGBTI people, but they need to be taken into account with the rise of anti-LGBTI hate speech and attacks on the fundamental rights of LGBTI people.
As a high-level conference on LGBTI equality gets underway in Brussels, we find ourselves at a critical crossroads for the European project, says ILGA-Europe's Communications Director Brian Finnegan
Europe is at a dangerous crossroads and that’s why this is a critical time for the Commission to adopt a comprehensive LGBTI strategy over the next five years.