On 30 October, the 15th ILGA-Europe’s Annual Conference concluded in Turin. 343 lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) activists, European and national politicians, representatives of other organisations from 43 countries gathered in Turin, Italy between 27 and 30 October 2011 for the largest annual event on LGBTI rights in Europe.
On 27 October 2011, the 15th Annual Conference of ILGA-Europe, which is currently taking place in Turin, Italy, received a following message of support from Giorgio Napolitano, the President of the Republic of Italy.
The 15th Annual Conference of ILGA-Europe begins on 27 October 2011 in Turin, Italy. It is the largest gathering of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBTI) activists in Europe. 343 delegates from 43 European countries will take part in the Conference.
On 27-30 October 2011, ILGA-Europe holds its 15th Annual Conference in Turin. The title of this conference is “Human Rights and "Traditional Values": clash or dialogue?”
On 11 June, EuroPride 2011 will culminate with a Pride March through the central streets of Rome. ILGA-Europe will be participating to show its supports to this March.
The title of this conference is “Human Rights and "Traditional Values": clash or dialogue?”
Enjoy the promotion videos made by the local organising committee in Turin
Here you will find the links to the media coverage of our Annual Conference in Turin
In this section you can find pictures, videos and speeches from the three panels of the Annual Conference. You can also find information and presentations from the many workshops.
We are proud to confirm the following keynote speakers..