lgtbi rights

"EuroPride has not been cancelled. We will march on 17.09 at 17h".

This year, the city of Belgrade will host EuroPride, an event that, for the time being, is surrounded by tensions due to the Serbian President’s attempts to cancel the event

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We as a society must educate ourselves and make it an LGBT+ inclusive society, to make world a happy place for all. We must be the change.

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The battle we face seems to be an uphill one. We need to fight, not only for recognition, but for full acceptance, dignity, and the right to equality and equity.

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Frame from "Girls in uniform"

The association ILGA is paying tribute to all the lesbians from the past that are a reference for the present times despite the efforts to silence their voices in society.

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Maria von Känel fights for LGBT + rights organizations in Switzerland. Font: Ehe für elle

On 26 September 2021, Switzerland approved marriage for same-sex couples. This political victory will enter into force in July 2022 but, for von Känel and the organisations she leads, there is much more to be done.

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The ILGA report denounces more than 900 applications of discriminatory laws.

Despite the lack of comprehensive registration by states, ILGA-World has registered more than 900 applications of discriminatory laws against LGTBI + people.

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Europe has initiated sanctions on member states that do not defend LGTBI rights.

European policies are moving forward to defend the rights of LGBTI people while some member states are failing to meet their commitments and criminalise these groups.

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LGBTI leisure was an emerging reality around the world, a tourist attraction that is being blown away by Covid.

In addition to the social difficulties for LGBTI visibilities and the economic difficulties for the survival of businesses, the pandemic also put an end to the possibility of meeting physically, and has also done away with the spaces that made this possible.

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Mario Allegranzi is the mastermind of ‘L’Amore È Uguale Per Tutti’.

Mario Allegranzi is the mastermind behind an idea that emerged five years ago as a movement of protest and social awareness.

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In Poland, government is violating the fundamental rights of LGBTI people.

International human rights organisations, and more specifically those defending LGBTI rights, show their concerns about how some states are systematically violating human rights, and others are rolling back some of these rights.

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Megan Rossman.

We have interviewed the director of ‘The Archivettes’, a film that explores the history of the Archives, and through that, the personal and political struggles of the women involved in it.

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Discussions were held in Strasbourg in November and the adoption of the resolution took place on 18th December.

The European Parliament adopted in December a resolution to fight against discrimination and hate speech in the EU, a step forward to guarantee the rights of these people.

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