A large majority of parliamentarians voted to extend adoption rights to same-sex couples.
Sexual orientation and gender identity have been included as protected grounds in the anti-discrimination section of Ukraine’s Labour Code.
A bill designed to restrict freedom of expression and freedom of assembly has made an unwelcome reappearance on Lithuania’s parliamentary agenda.
On Thursday (5 November 2015), only 117 members of the 450-seat parliament supported a proposal to amend the labour code.
On the final day of ILGA-Europe’s largest ever conference, attendees acknowledged the news that Mikhail died earlier this week and celebrated his life with a minute of applause.
Representatives from Syriza, PASOK, New Democracy, DIMAR, The River and Enosi Kentroon signed a pledge stating their commitment to registered partnership, family law reform, legal gender recognitio
This means that Poland will not have a legal gender recognition process defined in legislation.
Our Annual Conference is the largest event on the LGBTI political calendar in Europe.
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.