On May 29, Zhanar and Gulzada were violently attacked by a group of 30 men in Shymkent city in the south of Kazakhstan as they were trying to organise an event on women’s rights for a group of loca
ILGA-Europe strongly condemns the homophobic and transphobic attacks against peaceful participants in the 17 May event commemorating the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO) in Tbilisi, Georgia, and is deeply concerned by ongoing risks for the security and safety of LGBTI individuals in the country.
Find here the Rainbow Europe Package 2013
Today ILGA-Europe in association with the Irish EU Presidency hosts the first ever EU level conference addressing homophobic and transphobic bullying in schools.
ILGA-Europe expresses its serious concerns regarding a number of of transphobic and homophobic incidents which took place Europe over the last days.
Find presentations from workshops. Presenters can send their presentation to Nanna Moe, Communications Officer.
How to devise and implement training for police forces better to tackle LGBTI-phobic hate crime.
Joining forces to combat homophobic and transphobic hate crime. Cooperation between police forces and LGBT organisations in Europe (September 2010)