Members of ILGA-Europe from across Europe and Central Asia tell us about their journeys to the frontlines of LGBTI activism.
Community organising is a way to make sure that nobody is left behind.
Stronger Together… what did this year’s ILGA-Europe conference theme mean to the 600 LGBTI activist participants who came to Prague in October? And if it is true that we are stronger together, how can we make it happen even more? Our conference reporter and former Executive Director of ILGA-Europe, Patricia Prendiville shares her thoughts.
Raised in a rainbow family, 34-year-old Sanna Marin will lead a five-party coalition headed entirely by women in Finland, Her experience growing up with same-sex parents will shape her tenure as the country's youngest Prime Minister ever.
We put a lot of thought and work into preparing for our first gathering of D/deaf and disabled LGBTI activists in Brussels, but during the event we learned much more about how to organise better in the future. Here are our main takeaways!
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.