In the judgement Rana v. Hungary delivered today, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) held that Hungary had breached its obligation to protect the right to private life under Article 8 of the Convention by rejecting the application of an Iranian transgender refugee to have his name and sex marker changed officially.
This page provides guidance on submitting complaints to the European Commission (EC).
The CJEU held that statements made by a lawyer during a radio programme, saying he would never recruit a “homosexual” or wish to use the services of such persons, fall within the material scope of EU Directive 2000/78 (‘the anti-discrimination directive’).
ILGA-Europe is holding a webinar on bringing cases to the European Commission.
How ILGA-Europe and our partner organisations used a European Commission against Racism and Intolerance Recommendation to positively influence the outcome of a landmark anti-LGBTI hate speech case
ECHR found Lithuania’s failure to investigate hateful comments against a gay couple to violate their rights as well as being discriminatory on the ground of sexual orientation.
It has turned out to be the first legal victory for LGBTIQ rights in Kazakhstan.
The Court’s judgment was informed by a third party intervention submitted jointly by EHRAC, ILGA-Europe and ICJ on 29 July 2016.
Do you know when EU citizens started to have the right to free movement across the European Union (EU), i.e. the right to live and work in any Member States they choose?