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Since 1999, the 23rd of September has been marked as an international day to highlight the struggle of the bisexual community to gain visibility both outside and inside LGBTQI spaces, to raise awareness to the stigma and the erasure of bi-identities and experiences.
Following the extremely successful study session “I” Have Rights in 2016, IGLYO and OII Europe have teamed up again to hold the first-ever European Intersex Youth Network Meeting.
Each year the 8th of March, feminists and human rights activists gather to shed light on our continued struggle for equality and to celebrate our […]
Are you 18 or 19 years old and involved in LGBTQI activism in Europe? IGLYO has teamed up with Egale to offer two young people […]
Communications Assistant (37,5 hrs per week) Deadline: 28th February 2017 at 20:00 CET IGLYO is excited to be recruiting a full time Communications […]
Intervisibility.eu The place for stories of intersex people across Europe. OII Europe launches European website with information on intersex in 23 languages on the 8th […]
MEDIA RELEASE: 10:00 CET, WEDNESDAY 26TH OCTOBER 2016 Intersex young people speak out about their experiences, to raise visibility and reach out to others through IGLYO’s new film, ‘We Are […]
Watch our short film, highlighting some of the individuals and events of 2016.
As part of the European Commission’s new LGBTI campaign, Commissioner Jourová attended EuroPride 2016 on their campaign boat- ‘We Share The Same Dreams’. IGLYO Co-Chair, […]
IGLYO partnered with UNESCO for their global ministerial meeting, “Out In The Open: Education Sector Responses to Violence Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/Expression”, where […]
Homophobic and Transphobic Violence in Education is a Global Problem IGLYO partnered with UNESCO at the International Ministerial Meeting in Paris on 17-18 May […]
IGLYO is excited to announce a call for a new research intern to join the IGLYO team in Brussels for 5 months. The role […]
IGLYO, with support from UNESCO, and the governments of Norway and the Netherlands, has created a film and photo exhibition to highlight the difficult and […]
To mark IDAHOT 2016 and UNESCO’s international ministerial conference, IGLYO asked LGBTQI young people from around the world to share their experiences of homophobia and […]
By Amanda Geenen Today marked the halfway point of our study session. Time flies when you’re having fun (and learning an enormous number of […]
By Toryn Glavin Day two of IGLYO’s study session got off to an interesting start with a world cafe teaching particpants about different issues and […]
By participants Christoph Alms and Yuri Yoursky The first day of IGLYO’s conference “’I’ Have Rights” in cooperation with Council of Europe took place in […]
Conference Title: Bring Everyone In Preparatory Meetings: 3 – 5 May 2016 3 – 4 September 2016 Conference: 5 – 9 September 2016 (5 working […]
Study Session Title: ‘I’ Have Rights Study Session 18-22 Apr 2016 (Arrivals 17/04 & Departures 23/04 Location EYF Youth Centre Budapest, Hungary Participants: […]
Study session “I” Have Rights (Budapest, Hungary) Deadline for applications: 10 Jan 2016 Preparatory meeting 1: 18-20 Feb 2016, Budapest, Hungary (Arrivals 17/02 & Departures […]
Deadline: 29th February 2016 IGLYO has been invited to be part of UNESCO’s global event on homophobic and transphobic bullying in May 2016. It will be a […]
IGLYO is deeply concerned to hear the shocking and sudden advancement of oppressive anti-gay propaganda bill In Lithuania, which similarly to the laws in Russia will infringe the […]
To mark Intersex Awareness Day 2015, IGLYO teamed up with Dan and Kitty from OII Europe (The International Intersex Organisation, Europe) to create a short […]
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