On World Health Day 2016, our organisations are joining together to call for greater support for the well-being and mental health of LGBTI people.
Ministers from 27 EU Member States have issued a clear call to the European Commission to step up its work on LGBTI equality measures.
The Swiss electorate has voted against a popular initiative that would have effectively prevented same-sex couples from marrying.
This is the first time that Italian parliamentarians have supported the legal recognition of same-sex couples.
Blocking same-sex couples from obtaining residence permits for family reunification purposes purely because of their sexual orientation is discriminatory – that is the message of equality coming from Strasbourg.
LGBTI activists in Slovakia and ILGA-Europe are particularly concerned since the Slovak government went in great lengths in preparation for such step and in 2015 invited representatives of the Coun
ILGA-Europe send their congratulations to all the LGBTI organisations and politicians who have contributed to this historic result.
The legislation, which has generated lots of debate nationally, will offer couples the same rights as civil marriage.