Proud2Be calls for support for the rainbow crossing in Totnes, Devon in England becomes the first permanent rainbow crossing in Europe.
The Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) studied LGBT people of Ireland at work and observed that 30% of them are there harassed.
The government has changed, the possibility of a law allowing same-sex couples a legal recognition could emerge in Greece.
To celebrate the LGBT history month, a rainbow flag flown over the buildings of the National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff Bay and Colwyn Bay from 10 February.
One of the main activists of the Church of England, Jayne Ozanne, made a surprising announcement this week. Indeed, Ozanne is a lesbian.
At a meeting of European parliamentarians in Riga, Latvia, the Vice-President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans warned against anti-Semitism, Islamophobia and homophobia, inviting gay people not to remain in obscurity otherwise Europe will have no future.
Fourteen organizations join forces to fight against the so-called reparative therapy. They want to inform of their misdeeds and dangerousness but also better train health workers.
After a lesbian couple were thrown out of a café in Vienna for kissing in public, thousands of people gathered to protest and kissed.
Even if he does not want to campaign for the referendum on equal marriage to be held in Ireland in May, the Minister for Health Leo Varadkar came out, saying he wished to be considered as “an equal citizen".
To improve the fight against homophobia, the British army will now ask for new recruits to indicate their sexuality, knowing that they can choose not to answer.
In Portugal, the Socialist party will introduce to Parliament a bill to allow same-sex couples to adopt and lesbians to access fertility treatments.