ILGA-Europe congratulate Ursula von der Leyen on being the first woman ever elected president of the European Commission – a historic step forward for gender equality in Europe.
Our Executive Director Evelyne Paradis shared her thoughts after the High Level Group's discussions:
This report is a big step forward for many reasons.
On 6 April, a referendum will be held in The Netherlands on the Ukraine-European Union Association Agreement. A No vote has the potential to negatively affect the lives of LGBTI people in Ukraine.
ILGA-Europe is disappointed that the EU failed to deliver an ambitious LGBTI equality strategy.
ILGA-Europe and our NGO partners took part in a roundtable discussion with newly appointed European Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans.
ILGA-Europe extends our warmest congratulations to close friend and colleague Nigel Warner who was included in the New Year’s Honours list.
On 16 December, ILGA-Europe held an event at the European Parliament in Strasbourg on the role of the EU and the Council of Europe in tackling bullying and discrimination in schools.
Over 50 representatives from LGBTI org. from across the EU, national governments, EU institutions, civil society and the academic world gathered to discuss how to step up the fight against hate crimes.