On 29 May 2005, the French electorate voted ‘No’ on the European Constitution’s referendum.
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On 1 April 2005, Protocol 12 to the European Convention on Human Rights comes into force.
This Sunday, 20 February 2005, Spain will have the first referendum among the EU member states on the future European Constitution.
On 25 January 2005, the ECHR found Sweden guilty of violating Article 5 § 1 of the European Convention on HR for compulsory isolating an HIV positive person.
27 January 2005, is the 60 th anniversary of the liberation of Nazi’s death camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau and in many countries also a Holocaust Memorial Day.
On 17 December 2004, leaders of the European Union agreed to start membership negotiations with Turkey in 2005.
ILGA-Europe welcomes the EU’s renewed commitment to equality and looks forward to concrete proposals in the new year.
ILGA-Europe welcomes the decision of Commission President Barroso to withdraw his proposed Commission from the approval vote in the European Parliament.
ILGA-Europe welcomes Franco Frattini, Commissioner-Designate for Justice, Freedom and Security, statements on rights for same-sex partners in the EU.
On 27-31 October 2004, more than 220 activists from all over Europe gathered in Budapest for the 26 th ILGA European Conference.
On 27-31 October 2004, more than 200 activists from all over Europe will gather in Budapest for the 26 th ILGA European Conference.
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