Day against Homophobia: “The fight for equality continues”

The International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT) is marked every 17 May to raise awareness about the importance of non- discrimination of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people around the world.
EU 2012

European Parliament reviews progress on LGBTI rights of Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia

Today the European Parliament adopted four of its annual reports for candidate and potential candidate EU countries. MEPs have assessed the rights of LGBTI people, and recommended the countries to improve the situation.

Turkey’s Democracy Reform Package fails LGBT citizens

At the end of last month, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan presented a ‘Democracy reform package’, including constitutional reforms, an anti-discrimination bill and a proposal for an amendment to hate crime and hate speech law.
EU 2012

LGBT rights need to be respected – the European Commission tells the potential EU...

On 14 October 2009, the European Commission published its 2009 Progress Reports on the countries which applied for the EU membership – Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia and Kosovo.

European Parliament urges Lithuania to reject proposed homophobic law

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.

Turkish Government still blocks LGBT websites

One of Turkey’s LGBT Internet communities, hadigayri.com, have been blocked by the Turkish government again, Telecommunication Directorate (TIB), just because it's a LGBT community.
EU Gay Pride

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.

Muslim parents protest against gay teacher at Berlin kindergarten

Muslim parents have threatened to gather signatures for a petition against a Berlin preschool, after discovering that one of its male teachers is gay. Many of the parents have removed their children from the nursery.

Support for Olympic boycott grows

Stars including Lily Allen, Alan Cumming and Sophia Bush have thrown their support behind British actor Stephen Fry as he campaigns to have the upcoming Winter Olympics moved from Russia over gay rights issues.

Concerns over Lithuanian draft law to “ban propagation of homosexuality”

Today,2 June 2009, the Lithuanian Parliament, the Seimas, will vote on an amendment to the Law on the Protection of Minors against Detrimental Effects of Public Information aimed at banning access to information on homosexuality and bisexuality.

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Ailbhe Reddy – Fingertips

Having already accumulated over 1.5 million Spotify streams, rising Irish artist Ailbhe Reddy returns with ‘Fingertips’ the lead single from her new EP, ‘Attach To Memory’ – was released worldwide via AWAL/Kobalt on 24 May.
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Former Attitude contributor killed in the Manchester terror attack

The PR manager and former Attitude contributor's loved ones confirmed the tragic news on Wednesday.
Transgender - 2016

New legal gender recognition legislation approved by Belgium!

ILGA-Europe welcome Belgium’s decision to put an end to the sterilisation requirements and the mental health diagnosis previously required in order to have access to legal gender recognition.
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