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The FELGTB began its journey back in 1992 aiming to fight against all forms of discrimination lesbian, gay, trans and bisexual people faced in all […]
On the 30th of April, Madona Kirapoidze set herself on fire in front of Tbilisi City Hall. The protest is a desperate cry for help […]
Diverse Youth Network was established in 2018 on the grounds of intersectionality; students of the University of Pécs thought of creating an association that strives […]
Colour Youth – Athens LGBTQ Youth Community is a non governmental organisation for and by LGBTQ youth. It was founded by volunteers of Athens Pride […]
Trans Mreža Balkan (Trans Network Balkan) was founded in 2014, with the aim of creating a regional support network for trans, intersex and gender-variant (TIGV) […]
In 1985, a few Parisian friends created MAG Jeunes LGBT. They were inspired by the Anglo-Saxon groups of conviviality for gay and lesbian youth. The […]
IGLYO is proud to announce a call for participants of the study session ‘Reaching Further: Decentralising LGBTQI Youth Activism’. The event is kindly supported by […]
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 […]
IGLYO is proud to launch Supporting your intersex child”, a toolkit for parents, carers, relatives and siblings of intersex children.
Have you ever had to facilitate any kind of session but lacked the skills? We want to help you – tune in to IGLYO eLearning’s Workshop Webinar to learn how.
IGLYO’s Secretariat in Brussels is growing again! We are recruiting for a brand new post: Membership Engagement Officer.
IGLYO is excited to be recruiting a full-time Communications Officer to join the Secretariat in Brussels.
IGLYO’s LGBTQI Inclusive Education Index and Report provide much needed qualitative data on areas such as laws, policies, teacher training, inclusive curricula to highlight both good practices and areas for development in each country and ensure that LGBTQI learners feel safe, supported and included within state educational institutions.
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 […]
Due to coming changes in the Executive Board of International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex Youth and Student Organisation (IGLYO), we are now […]
May 17, 2017 marked the 12th annual International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, drawing attention to the violence and discrimination experienced by LGBTQI people internationally. […]
IGLYO is happy to invite you to participate in the study session: ”LGBTQI Rights through E-Learning” The study session will be held at the European […]
CALL FOR PREPARATORY TEAM MEMBERS STUDY SESSION ON E-LEARNING FOR YOUNG LGBTQI ACTIVISTS “LGBTQI RIGHTS THROUGH E-LEARNING” Study session “LGBTQI Rights through E-learning” Location: Budapest, […]
Is your organisation interested in working around HIV and transgender issues? We would like to invite you to an online consultation and Webinar on Thursday, […]
Is your organisation interested in working around HIV and sexual health within the LGBTQI community? Would you like to know more about what is going […]
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 […]
23 September – Today we celebrate Bisexuality Visibility Day, an international awareness day combatting bisexual invisibility. The International LGBTQI Youth and Student Organisation (IGLYO) seizes […]
On the 4th of August the Ugandan police force stormed and raided a private party at Club Venom hosting the Mr/Ms/Mx Pride Uganda pageant during […]
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 […]
On the 30th of June 2016 the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), the principal human rights organ of the UN, established the institution’s first […]
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 […]
In light of recent international incidences of discrimination, hate speech, and hate crimes perpetrated against the LGBTQI community, the International LGBTQI Youth and Student Organisation […]
IGLYO is delighted to invite you to participate at the conference Bring Everyone In. The conference will be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 5 […]
IGLYO is excited to announce a call for a new research intern to join the IGLYO team in Brussels for 5 months. The role […]
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