On the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, ILGA-Europe are joining forces with over 200 civil society partners.
The first report, from Rapporteur Kozłowska-Rajewicz, is a positive development as it recognises that Member States should adopt legislation that protects trans people against discrimination when a
ILGA-Europe today call for greater leadership on LGBTI equality from EU institutions and member states at the “High-level Ministerial Conference on LGBTIQ Equality Mainstreaming”.
Mental health is everyone’s concern. It is central to all our lives and impacts our well-being, our work, our societies, our families and our economies.
ILGA-Europe are extremely disappointed to see that the need for a more open, equal and principled European Union appears to be taking a back seat to political games.
Both organisations also urge the European Union to implement LGBTI guidelines in 2017.
On 7-8 December, ILGA-Europe were pleased to host a study visit on Freedom of Assembly and Pride Marches, a staple of the LGBTI movement since the 1960s that in recent years has faced new challenges and limitations.
The European Patients’ Forum, a non-governmental organisation that works with patients’ groups in public health and health advocacy across Europe, has launched a survey focusing on access to health care in the European Union.
Commissioner Jourova and the German Minister of Justice have accepted an invitation from the German Equality Body to celebrate the success of 10 years of anti-discrimination legislation.
ILGA-Europe, together with 176 other civil society organisations, are asking European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to pause for a moment in advance of the 2016 State of the Union.