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TGEU, ILGA-Europe and IGLYO, the three largest networks of LGBTI and trans organisations working in Europe and Central Asia, are calling on the Parliament of Kazakhstan […]
The pandemic is exposing and deepening existing discrimination, violence and other human rights violations on the basis of SOGIESC, organisations tell the Human Rights Council […]
IGLYO stands united with black people, people of colour, indigenous people and allies, who are resisting and uprising against systematic racism and police brutality in […]
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 […]
Today, we celebrate Lesbian Visibility Day. Besides a day in which we look back at all that has been achieved by the lesbian community and […]
(Geneva, July 12, 2019) – In a defining vote, the United Nations Human Rights Council adopted a resolution to renew the mandate of the Independent Expert focusing on […]
The far right candidate Jair Bolsonaro, was elected as the President of Brazil. IGLYO would like to express its support for the local populations at risk.
IGLYO is proud to launch Supporting your intersex child”, a toolkit for parents, carers, relatives and siblings of intersex children.
On Friday, 21st of September, the queer activist Zak Kostopoulos, active in our member organization Colour Youth, died as a consequence of brutal beatings in Athens, Greece.
IGLYO, the International LGBTQI Youth and Student Organisation, is delighted to be hosted by LGBT Youth Scotland for our Annual Members’ Conference in Edinburgh.
On 2 July 2008, the European Commission proposed an important new anti-discrimination law. While not exhaustive, this directive could ban discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation in all areas of social life, including education, housing, and access to goods and services.
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.
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.
“Right Side” human rights defender NGO highly appreciates the changes done by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Armenia which was made in […]
A woman pushing the office door illegally entered the office and presenting herself as an employee of Yerevan Municipality, requested the president of the NGO […]
For the third year in a row, the Istanbul LGBTI+ Pride March was banned and protestors attacked by police, in fact being prevented from exercising […]
Between the 20th and 23rd of April 2017, a Fourth International Intersex Forum was held in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The world’s largest intersex human rights forum to date […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
Today, the 22nd of July, is the European Day for Victims of Hate Crime. The International LGBTQI Youth and Student Organisation (IGLYO) would therefore like […]
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 […]
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 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 […]
IGLYO calls LGBTQI activists and organisations to eliminate racial and ethnic discrimination that persists in Europe, even within the queer space Monday 21st March 2016. […]
IGLYO celebrates international women’s day 2016 – turning our attention to the women in most vulnerable situations Women and our allies have made irrefutable progress […]
We write to you to express our grave concern about the lack of a political response from you over recent attacks, discriminatory treatment and incitement to violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex people in Turkey. In particular, we denounce the ill-treatment Kemal Ördek, co-founder of the Red Umbrella Sexual Health and Human Rights Association (Kırmızı Şemsiye) and previous TGEU co-chair, suffered at the Esat Police Station (ANKARA) on Sunday, July 5, 2015.
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