In recent days, Armenia’s LGBTI community has been seriously failed on multiple occasions by national authorities after concerted attacks by conservative groups.
Nine members of the LGBTQ community in Armenia were attacked late last night (Friday 3 August 2018).
There are two distinct legal processes going on, in relation to hate crime and hate speech laws respectively.
ILGA-Europe have received reports of LGBTI-phobic attacks against members of the community in Armenia. LAST UPDATED: 17 April
Miranda Pagava – an activist with Equality Movement and a trans woman – was attacked in Tbilisi on 28 January
ILGA-Europe have received reports of attacks targeting the 2017 Equality Festival in Zaporizhia.
The European Coalition to end violence against women and girls calls on the EU decision-makers to mark International Women’s Day with concrete actions.
On Monday 16 January, unknown perpetrators threw a firecracker with "no fags allowed" written on it during a presentation of the Queer UW scientific circle at the University of Warsaw.
Every day, people across Europe continue to be the targets of assaults because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.