Panti Bliss and women and children’s advocate and Holocaust survivor also among recipients.
Ukraine ’s crisis is not just military and political, it is social and cultural.
The Cypriot parliament has voted in favour of the Civil Partnership Bill, meaning that same-sex couples in Cyprus will be legally recognised for the first time.
Fifty people rallied outside the London headquarters of the Commonwealth, two days before the start of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Malta.
A jailed Albanian asylum seeker is set to be allowed to remain in the UK because he is gay – even though his home country’s government has introduced laws protecting homosexuals from persecution.
Baby got back, Joe Jonas wrote on Instagram and published that he grabs a guys butt. Watch and enjoy !
Three Tasmanian politicians on different sides of the political fence have explained why they backed the marriage equality motion that passed the Tasmanian parliament with overwhelming support last week.
BeLonG To, the Irish national organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) young people, has today (24.11.2015) announced the appointment of Moninne Griffith to the role of Executive Director.
The Slovenian National Assembly has decided that the referendum on same-sex marriage will be held on 20 December.
Red Thread Productions has announced several World AIDS Day screenings for its feature-length documentary, The Last One: Unfolding The AIDS Memorial Quilt, and released plans for a 2016 National Youth Outreach Campaign that will couple displays of the AIDS Memorial Quilt with screenings of the film. The documentary uncovers the birth of the AIDS Memorial Quilt and its impact on politics, science and the media. Through activists like Cleve Jones, Patricia Nalls, and Julie Rhoad, the film explores the role the Quilt continues to play as a response to a disease that, while treatable for some, still affects vulnerable communities around the world.