Forced Out: LGBT People in Armenia
The joint ILGA-Europe and COC report is the first of its kind to be published about same-sex relationships and LGBT people in Armenia. It explores identities, common human rights violations, the landscape of LGBT organising, health and HIV/AIDS, and relevant legal aspects. It also provides recommendations to the Armenian government, donors, LGBT activists and international organisations.
European Court Rules Against Armenia Inaction in Anti-LGBTI Hate Crime Case
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that authorities in Armenia failed to protect an LGBT bar owner and activist from homophobic physical and verbal […]
The stark situation for LGBTI rights in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Hungary and Poland have been in the spotlight a lot for their anti-LGBTI policies, but they are not the only countries where political leaders are acting against LGBTI communities. Here, we take a look at the political situation for LGBTI people in Eastern Europe and Central Asia in the first half of 2021.
Armine Oganezova against Armenia
Hate speech and violence against LGBTI people.
Armenia’s government must protect LGBTI citizens
In recent days, Armenia’s LGBTI community has been seriously failed on multiple occasions by national authorities after concerted attacks by conservative groups. This is a grievous […]
Violent attack on LGBTQ community in Armenia
Nine members of the LGBTQ community in Armenia were attacked late last night by a group of over 30 people. According to reports received by […]
Minasyan and others v. Armenia
Incitement to discrimination/Hate speech