The 99-year-old German activist Wolfgang Lauinger, imprisoned in both Nazi Germany and post-war West Germany, has died.
Romania decriminalised homosexuality in 2001. Today it is witnessing a backlash against LGBTQ rights, supported by U.S Christian conservatives.
Will married couple Adrian Coman and Clai Hamilton be recognised as a family and have the right to move to Romania together? That is the potentially life-changing situation being considered by the Court of the Justice of the European Union (CJEU) today.
Today, the Council of Europe has adopted a resolution on the human rights of intersex people. This is the first intersex-specific resolution of its kind from a European intergovernmental institution.
MEPs Sophie in ‘t Veld and Marietje Schaake have expressed their deep concerns over the worsening situation of the LGBTI community in Azerbaijan.
MPs on Parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee voted overwhelmingly to back a citizens’ initiative calling for female same-sex couples to be given maternity rights for children born into the union.
Le Camporelle bed and breakfast in Lecce has been slammed by campaign group Associazione LeA.
Iceland is more accepting of LGBTQ people than any other OECD country, a news study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has found.
Once in Germany, gay and lesbian refugees continue to experience verbal attacks and homophobia.
While the United States has continued to debate so-called "bathroom bills" targeting transgender people, Berlin’s justice minister is hoping to open up government building bathrooms to all.