An exciting two-day event with 11 D/deaf and disabled LGBTI activists from nine European countries this month gave everyone involved some crucial take-aways and key priorities for future movement building.
Shocking statistics show that the overwhelming majority of trans people who were murdered last year were trans women of colour and sex workers.
The lives and experiences of one of Europe’s most marginalised groups, the LGBTIQ Roma community, are the focus of a new exhibition in the UK.
Ramses Noffels, President of Trainbow Belgium tells us about a vibrant annual conference that brings together LGBT+ staff from railway companies across Europe.
Two days after a joyful Equality March in the Polish city of Gorzów Wielkopolski, organiser and activist Monika Drubkowska came to work only to find she suddenly had no job anymore.
As we start a week of hearings of the Commissioners-designate, ILGA-Europe is urging all incoming Commissioners and President Ursula von der Leyen to support the introduction and implementation of comprehensive and robust LGBTI equality strategy.
LGBTQIA+ people recognise that the same forces that attack our communities are also the ones who are exhausting the planet, say Queers4ClimateNL.
As a high-level conference on LGBTI equality gets underway in Brussels, we find ourselves at a critical crossroads for the European project, says ILGA-Europe's Communications Director Brian Finnegan
A system that doesn’t recognise diverse sexualities, along with biphobia in LGBT communities and beyond creates a unique and distressing situation for bisexual asylum seekers, says Iranian immigrant in the UK, Zeynab Peyghambarzadeh.
It’s the largest first Pride that I have ever seen. Later we hear that we were 3000 participants!