Responding to Anti-LGBTI Forces
Under this programme which combines regranting and capacity strengthening activities, we are:
- Scaling-up skills and competences of the LGBTI movement in the areas of communication, alliance building, and sustaining a cohesive and resilient LGBTI movement
- Supporting new tactics for communication work, effective campaigning, alliance building and evidence-based advocacy on the rights and needs of LGBTI people in the context of rising anti-LGBTI forces
For more information on our Responding to Anti-LGBTI Forces programme, contact our Senior Programmes Officer, Nadzeya here.
Join The Hub, ILGA-Europe’s free Resource Sharing Centre for LGBTI activists in Europe and Central Asia
Today we are publicly launching The Hub – ILGA-Europe’s free Resource Sharing Centre for LGBTI activists in Europe and Central Asia.
Annual Review 2022
ILGA-Europe’s Annual Review of the Human Rights Situation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex People covering events that occurred in Europe and Central Asia between January-December 2021. […]
5 things you can do to respond to the anti-gender discourse
Over the past few years in Europe and some other parts of the world, we have seen the rise of the ‘anti-gender’ movement, with opposition to LGBTI rights centralised around so-called “gender ideology”.
Alarming Rise in Hate Attacks on European LGBTI Communities
As a sharp rise in hate attacks on LGBTI communities in Hungary, Serbia and Poland is reported, ILGA-Europe calls for the EU Commission to step […]
How LGBTI rights are being used for political manipulation in Europe, and why that’s something everyone should be worried about
Commissioner for Human Rights, Dunja Mijatovic has issued a powerful comment, clarifying that LGBTI people are being used as a political pawns by ultra-conservative leaders in more and more European countries, and that in turn the human rights and freedom of everyone are being undermined. Here’s what she had to say.
Responding to the anti-gender movement
In the last few years ILGA-Europe worked on various fronts to better understand the anti-gender movement and its impact on public discourse and the lives […]
The Frontline: Countering the Rise of State LGBT-phobia in Poland
We talk to Polish activist Slava Melnyk from KPH (Campaign Against Homophobia) about how the situation has come to a head in the aftermath of […]
The Frontline: Elif Shafak and the Power of Our Stories
The author of 18 books of fiction and non-fiction, including The Bastard of Istanbul,Honour, and Three Daughters of Eve, Elif has come under fire from the Turkish authorities […]
The Frontline: Bulgaria and the Spread of European Anti-LGBTI Populism
“Attitudes towards LGBTI people are changing and changing fast,” says activist, Lilly Dragoeva from the Sofia-based Billitis Foundation, in this episode of The Frontline, which […]
Anti-LGBTI attacks in your country: Our A-to-Z of hate-crime across Europe and Central Asia
In ILGA-Europe’s latest Annual Review, we’ve reported anti-LGBTI hate crime in almost every country we represent. From Finland to Turkmenistan, a wave of violence, fuelled by the rise of anti-LGBTI rhetoric from politicians and other leaders in 2021, has arisen. Read on to find out what happened in your country.