Today the European Parliament adopted two resolutions clearly calling for a strong agenda for the protection and furtherment of LGBTI equality and human rights in the next European Commission’s term.
On 2 July 2008, the European Commission proposed an important new anti-discrimination law.
Our Executive Director Evelyne Paradis shared her thoughts after the High Level Group's discussions:
Commissioner Oettinger’s first week as the Commissioner responsible for the EU budget and human resources is starting today.
Several equality and non-discrimination NGOs have written to MEPs ahead of next week's hearing.
On 14-15 November, ILGA-Europe hosted an EU study visit for LGBTI rights activists from the Western Balkans.
On 9 November, the European Commission published its annual Enlargement Package. LGBTI rights retained a central role within the fundamental rights section of the reports.
Commissioner Jourova’s ongoing support and the backing of the entire Commission will be key as we work to ensure these equality gains made in the European Union, and beyond, are protected as well as further advanced
Ministers from 27 EU Member States have issued a clear call to the European Commission to step up its work on LGBTI equality measures.
Yesterday, ILGA-Europe and other human rights NGOs sat down with Frans Timmermans. On the agenda? The European Commission’s role and plan for the ongoing refugee situation and integration of migrants.