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.
The poster provides examples of discrimination LGB people face in Europe because of the lack of legal protection.
This document is an important contribution to ILGA-Europe’s work towards the recognition of diverse forms of families and an end to the current discrimination against LGBT families and their children.
Published in October 2007
A European Youth Forum (YFJ) seminar on ‘Multiple Discrimination as it affects young people’ is being held in Brussels from 20-22 September.
The objective of the Truck Tour 2007 is to raise awareness and disseminate information about the “For Diversity. Against Discrimination” campaign, as well as the European Year of Equal Opportunities for All.
Today the world is highlighting the issues of racial discrimination and xenophobia.
Yesterday the European Parliament adopted a resolution on human rights violations in Nigeria and amongst other things called on Nigeria not to adopt the bill currently being debated.
Today people around the world mark International Women’s Day. While Europe has made huge progress towards gender equality, women are still being discriminated against and disadvantaged in many areas of life.
Today at the EP, ILGA-Europe in cooperation with the European Parliament’s Intergroup on Gay and Lesbian Rights, launched a Shadow Directive on Equal Treatment.