Euan Platt, IGLYO’s Executive Director will be leaving his position at IGLYO. He says, “After eleven years of being involved- four as a volunteer and seven as Executive Director- I can truly say that IGLYO is in my blood and that the organisation will always have a special place in my heart.”
IGLYO is happy to announce the 2020 Global Online edition of its fantastic training program for young LGBTQI activists, the Activist Academy. #ActivistAcademy2020 This is […]
ACCEPT has been part of the Anti-discrimination Coalition since 2000, a group of currently 12 organizations joining forces to promote human rights and equality for […]
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 […]
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 […]
Under the #IGLYOeLearning initiative, IGLYO will organise a 1 hour online informal interactive workshop on Tuesday 28 April, at 3 pm CET. During the epidemic […]
Under the #IGLYOeLearning initiative, IGLYO would like to organise a series of 1 hour online informal interactive panels. We would like to invite activists from […]
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 […]
Single Step started with one practical goal – to support and empower young LGBTI people, especially the most vulnerable among them. We established services for […]
Deystvie was founded in 2012 by a group of young LGBT activists committed to social progress and legislative reforms for LGBTI people in Bulgaria. Since […]
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 […]
This year, IGLYO is celebrating its 35th anniversary and we want you in the centre of the celebration! Queer Cyprus Association is our first member of the month.
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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