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Anti-discrimination law updated – great step forward in Bosnia and Herzegovina

In a very welcome update from Bosnia and Herzegovina, ILGA-Europe have learned that LGBTI people are to be better protected thanks to updates to anti-discrimination legislation.
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‘I’m gay in Ukraine & my country despises me’

Last October came my turning point. After years of reporting on Eastern European LGBTI issues, I felt I was fighting an uphill battle.
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European court strikes against Hungary’s arbitrary detention of LGBT asylum seekers

Today, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled that Hungary’s two-month-long detention of an Iranian gay man applying for asylum is a violation of the European Convention on Human Rights.
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Strasbourg court rules refusal to recognise residence rights same-sex partner discriminatory

Thursday, the European Court of Human Rights ruled in Taddeucci and McCall v Italy, that the refusal to grant one partner in a same-sex couple a residence permit violated their rights under the European Convention on Human Rights, particularly Article 14, prohibition of discrimination, taken with Article 8, respect for family life.
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Refusal to grant a same-sex (non-EU) partner a residence permit was discrimination based on...

The European Court of Human Rights has stated that Italy’s refusal to grant one partner in a same-sex couple a residence permit violated their rights under the European Convention on Human Rights. Today (30 June 2016) the Strasbourg court held that to deny same-sex couples residence permits on ‘family grounds’ was discrimination.
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Council LGBTI Conclusions are Trojan horse: legitimising homophobia

Last Thursday, the Council of the European Union adopted its conclusions on LGBTI equality. It is the first time ever that the Council adopts a document addressing LGBTI equality.
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No ifs or buts – time for the EU to show where it stands...

A set of conclusions on LGBTI equality adopted by European social affairs ministers yesterday (16 June 2016) have been received with very mixed emotions by ILGA-Europe.
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European Parliament votes for EU-wide acceptance public documents

Yesterday, the European Parliament approved a regulation on acceptance of public documents for EU citizens living in another EU country.
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Moldovan Parliament considering ‘anti-propaganda’ bill

Last month, the Culture and Education Committee of the Moldovan Parliament approved a bill that seeks to ban ‘homosexual propaganda’, similar to the Russian anti-propaganda law of 2013.
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Cause and effect – Europe’s politicians must take responsibility for their actions on IDAHOT...

International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia ( IDAHOT ) is the moment for Europe’s political leaders to honestly assess their progress on improving the lives of LGBTI people over the past twelve months.
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Olly Alexander ‘I was given sex-ed by a virgin’

Olly Alexander, frontman of Years & Years, discussed his awful Sex Education in school and the fact that he was taught Sex Ed by a teacher who was a virgin, with no experience to even rely on in the class.
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