IGLYO is partnering with 17 of our member organisations to conduct the largest European-wide LGBTQI schools survey.
This year, IGLYO is celebrating its 35th anniversary and we want our members in the centre of the celebration! Accept was officially registered […]
Member organisation EGAL reminds the Government of the Republic of Serbia on its duty to solve the challenge of legal visibility of the trans* community in line with the ruling of the European Human Rights Court, from April last year.
Hakan is an activist in KAOS GL and started as a volunteer in 2013 before he became the organisation’s Fundraiser and Project Coordinator. Hakan is […]
IGLYO is excited to open registration for our Annual Members’ Conference 2017, which will take place in Zagreb, Croatia from Friday 29th September – Sunday […]
IGLYO’s report into the impact of homophobic and transphobic bullying, along with numerous other pieces of research, reveal that lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and […]
Towards a Consistent Level of Protection Against Discrimination in Europe Overcoming Germany’s Blocking of the Proposed Equal Treatment Directive Protection against discrimination is a fundamental […]
IGLYO Interviews Activists from OII Europe In our continuing efforts to represent the interests of LGBTQI youth, we recently held an Intersex Capacity Building Seminar […]
Our friends at Transgender Europe have released a powerful new campaign to stop the nightmare that is legal gender recognition. Watch the film highlighting this […]
On the 4th of February, the European Parliament adopted the Resolution on the EU Roadmap against homophobia and discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation and […]
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