Say Their Names: The trans and gender diverse people whose murders were reported in Europe and Central Asia last year
The murders of 375 trans and gender-diverse people were reported between October 2020 and September 2021, according to the latest Trans Murder Monitoring (TMM) update, and 2021 is set to be the deadliest year for trans communities since TGEU began collecting data. We say the names of those whose lives were cut short in our region, with a view towards a world where all trans people can live in equality, freedom and peace.
Trans Day of Remembrance 2020: Honoring the 350 lives cut short this year
Every November 20, on Trans Day of Remembrance (TDoR), we remember those whose lives have been taken away through transphobic violence. This year’s Trans Murder Monitoring report from Transgender Europe shows the highest number of annual killings since the report was first published 12 years ago.
Poland’s Anti-LGBT Hate Timeline
We have created and will be updating this abbreviated timeline of what’s been happening over the past two years with the rise of official homophobia and transphobia.
LGBTI activist attacked in Tbilisi
Miranda Pagava, an activist with Equality Movement and a trans woman, has been attacked in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi. Trans woman and LGBTI activist, […]
Position on combating homophobic and transphobic speech and prohibiting incitement to discrimination, hostility or violence
ILGA-Europe’s position is based on international human rights standards. It respects the principle of indivisibility of human rights and establishes no hierarchy between rights and […]