ILGA-Europe joins its voice on the occasion of the Transgender Day of Remembrance on 20 November. This Day was established following a murder of Rita Hester in 1998 and serves as a reminder of existing prejudice, hatred and discrimination against trans people.
Harassment of Transgender Individuals Must End: joint statement.
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)
ILGA-Europe has produced two posters focusing on the rights of transgender people.
On 20 November 2008, the 9th Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance will be marked across the world and Europe.
The aim of this publication is to contribute to increased and better reporting of homophobic and transphobic incidents by providing tools and a methodology.
This handbook is designed for LGBT and human rights organisations who intend to monitor the occurrence of homophobic and transphobic incidents and violence.
ILGA-Europe and TransGender Europe published the first comprehensive report on the experiences of health care by transgender people in European Union.