In 2015, ILGA-Europe started its new programme Creating Opportunities, designed to support organisations that face threats to LGBTI rights in their countries, or significant opportunities to affirm or strengthen them.
This morning, the Seimas had been due to vote on a bill designed to restrict freedom of expression and freedom of assembly.
A bill designed to restrict freedom of expression and freedom of assembly has made an unwelcome reappearance on Lithuania’s parliamentary agenda.
Today the Supreme Administrative Court in Lithuania ruled once again that the Baltic Pride March for Equality can take place on 27 July on the mains city’s avenue.
ILGA-Europe warmly welcome today’s decision which satisfies the request by the organisers of the Baltic Pride to host the March for Equality on the main city’s avenue, as is the case for other major parades.
Today the Vilnius City Council refused to grant permission to the organisers of the Baltic Pride March 2013 to march in the requested venue.
Today, the European Parliament adopted a resolution urging Lithuanian Parliament to reject proposed amendments to the country’s Code of Administrative Offences introducing an offence of ‘promotion of homosexual relations’ punishable with a fine of €580 to €2,900.
Disappointment over compromise to display the truck on private territory of supermarket
In October 2007, almost 200 delegates from all over Europe gathered in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius for ILGA-Europe’s Annual Conference.
On 25-28 October 2007, almost 200 delegates from all over Europe gather in the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius for the 11th ILGA-Europe’s Annual Conference.