ILGA-Europe was organising the meeting, which was the 3rd annually consecutive.
Joint statement: six months ago, organisations representing millions of EU citizens at risk of discrimination called on EU Member States to show clear commitment on the proposed Horizontal Directive on equal treatment.
IDAHOT 2015 was marked with high level statements, important reports on intersex issues and pride events all over Europe.
ILGA-Europe and the European Women's Lobby have written an open letter to First Vice President Frans Timmermans urging him to confirm his support for the EU LGBTI Strategy and the EU Strategy for Equality between Women and Men.
A campaign for the adoption of an EU Anti-Discrimination Directive.
ILGA-Europe's Come Out campaign in 2014 aimed to mobilise support for human rights and LGBTI equality among the candidates for next European Parliament and European Commission.
ILGA-Europe statement regarding the Council of European Union Conclusions on combating hate crimes in the European Union adopted on 5-6 December 2013.
In the last five years no progress at all has been made in the EU to protect people against discrimination on the grounds of age, sexual orientation, disability and religion or belief.
On 24 June 2013, the Foreign Affairs Council of the European Union adopted Guidelines To Promote and Protect the Enjoyment of All Human Rights by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) Persons.
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) will publish the results of its online survey on the experiences of hate crime and discrimination by LGBT people.