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.
A message from civil society ahead of the EU27 Summit in Bratislava on 16 September 2016.
From ILGA-Europe’s perspective, the message that must be taken from the UK referendum result is the need for more solidarity, not less.
Here are 5 key facts on the EU and LGBT equality.
On 16-17 November, 16 LGBTI activists from the Western Balkans and Turkey have taken part in an EU study visit organised by ILGA-Europe.
On Thursday (5 November 2015), only 117 members of the 450-seat parliament supported a proposal to amend the labour code.
ILGA-Europe organises every year a study visit to the European Union institutions for LGBTI activists from the Western Balkans and Turkey. This year the study visit is planned for 16-17 November in Brussels.
ILGA-Europe welcomes the votes and the fact that the Members of the European Parliament rejected a number of proposed amendments aiming to curtail its scope or water down its substance.
ILGA-Europe was organising the meeting, which was the 3rd annually consecutive.