Majority of EU member states clearly speak out that the EU needs to stand firm regarding the protection of the rights of LGBTI people.
Over 200 human and women’s rights groups from across the globe, including ILGA-Europe, made a statement today and called on Poland’s Parliament to reject a regressive legislative proposal that would erode reproductive rights.
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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.
From a Register Office to the European Court of Human Rights – five Polish lesbian and gay couples open a new chapter in the fight for civil partnerships.
This means that Poland will not have a legal gender recognition process defined in legislation.
This was a prime opportunity for Poland to join their European counterparts, such as Malta and Ireland, who have improved gender recognition provisions in 2015.
In 2015, several European countries have taken important steps to improve their gender recognition procedures.
The Act was passed with significant last-minute amendments.