Majority of EU member states clearly speak out that the EU needs to stand firm regarding the protection of the rights of LGBTI people.
A judge at Budapest District Court has ruled that same-sex couples who have married outside Hungary have the right to their union being recognised as a registered partnership in Hungary.
Today, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Hungary’s two-month-long detention of an Iranian gay man applying for asylum is a violation of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Our member organisation Háttér Society have released a detailed press statement on the judgment
Authorities in the region should realise that defining marriage in the constitution as a union between a man and a woman is not only pointless, but actually harmful.
Since its re-election, the Hungarian government launched a campaign attacking the credibility of Hungarian NGOs and are striving to control their funding.
Next Monday, 18 April 2011, the Hungarian parliamentarians will have their final vote on the proposal for a new Constitution of Hungary.
On 14 February 2011, the Budapest police banned the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) Pride March scheduled for 18 June 2011. The reason provided for such a ban was that the Pride March will hinder the flow of traffic.
On 11 June 2008, Dr. Gábor Tóth, the Budapest police chief, banned the LGBT Pride March scheduled for 5 July 2008.