On Monday 16 January, unknown perpetrators threw a firecracker with "no fags allowed" written on it during a presentation of the Queer UW scientific circle at the University of Warsaw.
Every day, people across Europe continue to be the targets of assaults because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
An investigation by Romanian police into an attack on two Bucharest Pride participants in the aftermath of the 2006 march was ineffective, according to the European Court of Human Rights.
Our member organisation Háttér Society have released a detailed press statement on the judgment
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.
Standing up against hatred. Working to combat prejudice. These goals have been part of the fabric of ILGA-Europe since our foundation in 1996.
Joint statement to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day - Brussels, 27 January 2015
Over 50 representatives from LGBTI org. from across the EU, national governments, EU institutions, civil society and the academic world gathered to discuss how to step up the fight against hate crimes.
Today is the TDoR, which aims to memorialise and honour trans people who have been victims of homicide, and to raise public awareness of hate crimes against trans people.
ILGA-Europe is organising a working seminar : “Stepping up the fight against hate crimes. Towards an inclusive response to homophobic and transphobic crimes”. Wednesday 10 December 2014 in Brussels.