freedom of expression
On 1 November, the Queer Cyprus Association unveiled a major outdoor advertising campaign.
This morning, the Seimas had been due to vote on a bill designed to restrict freedom of expression and freedom of assembly.
A bill designed to restrict freedom of expression and freedom of assembly has made an unwelcome reappearance on Lithuania’s parliamentary agenda.
ILGA-Europe is calling on Latvian politicians to seize this historic moment and to take the next major step towards equality for LGBTI people.
In this section you can find information about our work on freedom of assembly, association and expression.
On 11 October 2013, the Moldovan Parliament abolished a law banning ‘homosexual propaganda’.
At the day that the first Gay Pride is held in Kiev, ILGA-Europe expresses its severe concerns about the passing of law amendments in the Committee on Freedom of Expression and Information of the Ukrainian Parliament.
The European Court of Human Rights says that criminal conviction for distributing leaflets offensive to homosexuals was not contrary to freedom of expression