The 2018 Rainbow Europe package, launched by ILGA-Europe today, provides real evidence that progress on LGBTI equality law and policy is slowing down in Europe.
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ILGA-Europe will host a webinar on framing messages for LGBTI equality.
Update on the veto issued on 9 May by Portguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa
Today, ILGA-Europe are releasing the Funding for LGBTI activism in Europe and Central Asia: priorities and access to resources report.
ILGA-Europe, TGEU and OII Europe the president to sign the historic law as adopted by the Portuguese parliament on 13 April.
Officially launched at the European Parliament in Brussels on 24 April, the report contains a thorough legal analysis of the anti-LGBTI ‘propaganda’ laws that exist or have been proposed in Europe
On Monday 30 April ILGA-Europe will launch Funding for LGBTI Activism in Europe and Central Asia: Priorities and Access to Resources.
On 17 April 2018, the European Commission recommended launching accession talks with Albania and FYR Macedonia.
489 MEPs voted in favour of an instrument to support civil society organisations which promote democracy, rule of law and fundemental rights
Our organisations all believe that the Istanbul Convention can bring change and have a real impact on the lives of women and girls in Europe.
ILGA-Europe have received reports of LGBTI-phobic attacks against members of the community in Armenia. LAST UPDATED: 17 April
The Portuguese parliament has adopted a ground-breaking law which protects the right to self-determination and bodily integrity of trans and intersex people.
'Nobody Left Outside' is a collective of organisations committed to working together to find solutions to improve access to healthcare.
Over 200 human and women’s rights groups from across the globe, including ILGA-Europe, made a statement today and called on Poland’s Parliament to reject a regressive legislative proposal that would erode reproductive rights.
On 21 March 2018, the Swedish Parliament took a historic decision that trans people who were forcibly sterilised (between 1972 and 2013) should be paid compensation.
On 7 March 2018, a committee of the Saeima (parliament) of Latvia, rejected a petition for introduction of partnership legislation which would recognise all unmarried couples.
Our Executive Director Evelyne Paradis shared her thoughts after the High Level Group's discussions:
122 MPs voted in favour of the legislation.
This is just one of the provisions contained in the new Maternity Act designed to improve legal protection for children in rainbow families.
The ban on public events organised by LGBTI groups has been upheld by Ankara’s 4th and 13th Administrative Courts.
A judge at Budapest District Court has ruled that same-sex couples who have married outside Hungary have the right to their union being recognised as a registered partnership in Hungary.