Disappointment over compromise to display the truck on private territory of supermarket
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47 Council of Europe member states commit to stepping up organisation's work to combat discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity.
...but highlights a number of concerns
The European Commission will propose a cross-cutting directive.
On 11 June 2008, Dr. Gábor Tóth, the Budapest police chief, banned the LGBT Pride March scheduled for 5 July 2008.
On 11 June 2008, the college of the European Commissioners will be presented with the opportunity to bring forward proposals for vital protection against discrimination.
The Berlin memorial has an important symbolic value
Joint statement ILGA-Europe, ENAR, AIEU.
Tomorrow the members of the European Parliament will debate and vote on a resolution “Progress made in equal opportunities and non-discrimination in the EU”.
ILGA-Europe and TransGender Europe published the first comprehensive report on the experiences of health care by transgender people in European Union.
Within the next couple of months, the fate of an EU directive protecting against discrimination will be decided by the EC and the European Council.
Today the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg delivered its judgement in a landmark case on pension rights for registered same-sex partners
On 4-6 March 2008, ILGA-Europe, in partnership with Informational centre LEGEBITRA, a Slovene LGBT organisation, organises a conference on LGBT families in Europe.
Today the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights delivered its judgement in a case of E.B. v France.
In two days EU leaders sign EU Fundamental Rights Charter – the first ever international treaty prohibiting sexual orientation discrimination
...by launching a web-based guide on international human rights law on sexual and reproductive health
In October 2007, almost 200 delegates from all over Europe gathered in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius for ILGA-Europe’s Annual Conference.
On 25-28 October 2007, almost 200 delegates from all over Europe gather in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius for the 11th ILGA-Europe’s Annual Conference.
Today is World Day against Death Penalty. This is also the first European Day against Death Penalty as proclaimed by the Council of Europe on 27 September 2007.