Today the European Parliament adopted two resolutions clearly calling for a strong agenda for the protection and furtherment of LGBTI equality and human rights in the next European Commission’s term.
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Today, on 14 February 2019, the European Parliament has adopted a landmark Resolution on the Rights of Intersex People.
Today, as Europe faces a social and political climate of uncertainty and polarisation, ILGA-Europe formally launches ComeOut - our campaign for the 2019 European elections.
Research carried out by ILGA-Europe and the Global Philanthropy Project reveals one in three LGBTI organisations in Europe and Central Asia received no external funding in 2017.
Although the applicant X had gender reassignment surgeries abroad, the Ministry of Justice in Macedonia rejected his applications to alter the gender marker in the birth register.
Majority of EU member states clearly speak out that the EU needs to stand firm regarding the protection of the rights of LGBTI people.
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On 28 November 2018, the Senate of Switzerland voted to criminalise hate speech and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation, but refused to do the same for grounds of gender identity.
Fourteen civil society organisations -including ILGA-Europe- have written to the European Union and European governments to respond to the threat to our democracies in Europe.
Generous donors have pledged to match donations made to ILGA-Europe between 26 November and 2 December, giving supporters of LGBTI equality the rare opportunity to double their impact.
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The opinion recognises that in the 21st century marriage cannot be seen as the only basis for the formation of a family, as families take many different forms, including
In recent days, Armenia’s LGBTI community has been seriously failed on multiple occasions by national authorities after concerted attacks by conservative groups.
Over 550 LGBTI activists and allies are gathering together in Brussels.
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A referendum in Romania asking voters to restrict the constitutional definition of family has failed to reach the required 30% turnout target.
It is the first transgender discrimination case decided under that procedure.
In a decision issued this morning, the Romanian Constitutional Court has approved a proposal to hold a referendum on the definition of family.
On 15 August, the German Federal Government adopted a draft bill on a third gender option. This bill is a missed opportunity to recognize the right to self-determination of trans, intersex and all gender-diverse people.
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