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 […]
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 […]
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.
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