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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 […]
Gay Center is a member organisation of IGLYO and is based in Rome, Italy. Gay Center aims at providing a safe environment for LGBTQ […]
MAGNUS is gay section at ŠKUC (Students Cultural Centre). It was founded in 1984 as Cultural Organisation for Socialisation of Homosexuality. Its first and most […]
The “Women’s Initiatives Supporting Group (WISG)” is a member organisation of IGLYO and a feminist organization working on women’s issues. WISG has been founded by […]
Arcopoli is a member organisation of IGLYO and an LGBTQ association aimed at equality and social inclusion. It is based in Madrid, Spain. Though Arcopoli […]
Today, IGLYO launches a testing-themed twibbon to raise awareness about HIV and Hepatitis Testing Week. IGLYO wants to encourage people to use our HIV-Hepatitis Ribbon to […]
Action for Identity – API, is a non-governmental organization, which aims at defending, documenting and advocating for gender diversity and sex characteristics/body diversity. API’s work focuses […]
After two days fully dedicated to conferences, members’ consultations and workshops, we finally got to the core of the whole event: IGLYO’s General Assembly 2015! […]
For the second day of IGLYO Annual Members Conference, all IGLYO members were under the spotlights! The day was fully dedicated to IGLYO member organisations, […]
Today, was the first day of IGLYO Annual Members’ Conference 2015, taking place in Bucharest, Romania, from the 12th to the 15th of November. […]
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 […]
Our participants in IGLYO’s study session “DOWN & OUT: Social Exclusion of LGBTQ Young People and Homelessness” keep sharing their reflections and strategies to tackle the […]
Our participants in IGLYO’s study session “DOWN & OUT: Social Exclusion of LGBTQ Young People and Homelessness” are now gathered at the European Youth Centre in Budapest, Hungary, […]
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 […]
On 30 September 2015, in an unprecedented joint initiative, 12 United Nations entities called on States to act urgently to end violence and discrimination against […]
IGLYO launched its #changeofheart campaign in September 2015 with several online challenges, asking participants to share photos and stories of significant moments or people in their lives who had made them think differently about someone. The culminated with the launch of IGLYO’s bold new identity and website.
IGLYO has some exciting news- we’ve had a #changeofheart. Before we can feel comfortable telling everyone, though, we are looking some reassurance. You can help us to unlock our heart and reveal the secret by taking part in our social media campaign and encouraging others to do so too.
For 2015, IGLYO’s General Assembly has developed into an amazing Annual Member’s Conference with many exciting new additions.
Dear Members of IGLYO, would like to undertake a research study with the goal to investigate examples of how LGBTQ youth organisations, their staff, volunteers and service users, practice inclusion and participation of people with intersectional identities.
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.
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 […]
DOWN & OUT Social Exclusion of LGBTQ Young People and Homelessness Call for Participants IGLYO is delighted to invite you to participate in the study […]
26th June statement by some Member Organisations of IGLYO in occasion of EuroPride2015. On 15-20 June 2015, LGBTI organisations from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine […]
IGLYO is looking for motivated and enthusiastic LGBTQ activists to form a task force in order to develop and produce IGLYO’s Norm Criticism Toolkit and […]
Call for Research Bid Deadline: 10th July 09:00 CET The International Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Youth and Student Organisation (IGLYO) would like to commission a […]
In the second day of “Positive Steps Beyond Norms Criticism” conference, the floor was opened up with some moments of reflections shared among the participants […]
Reporter: Sonya Chumburidze First day is always interesting yet intense, due to the fact that participants get to know each other and their work […]
IDAHOT 2015: IGLYO launches resources for school stakeholders to foster inclusive educational environments With a focus on youth during this year’s International Day Against Homophobia, […]
Web & Communications Intern (Temporary: 3 months/30hrs per week) Deadline: 12noon CET Monday 1st June 2015 IGLYO is exited to relaunch its internship programme with […]
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