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News From Europe

Saturday, 04 August 2018 21:17

UK will ban "conversion therapies" but not only...

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75 recommendations were presented to the government to promote equality and combat discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.

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A few weeks ago, we had good news from Italy. The Mayor of Turin recognized the baby of a lesbian couple for the first time. Now, the Italian government has decided to ban the recognition of same-sex marriages conducted abroad.

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The church of Scotland will allow ministers to perform LGBT weddings.

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After the Turin government refused to register the child of a lesbian couple, they started a process to gain recognition. With only 10 days of existence, Niccolò Pietro has become a symbol. He is the first "baby with two moms" born and registered in Italy. The mayor of Turin decided to help LGBT families.

Monday, 23 April 2018 23:05

Prince Harry and Megan take a stand for LGBTQ rights

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Prince Harry and his fiancée Megan Markle attended the Commonwealth Youth Forum in London last week. LGBTQ rights were discussed and the princely couple took a stand towards our community.

House Of Lords

 

Will this time be the right one? This is the question we are asking ourselves following the introduction of a marriage equality bill in Northern Ireland.

Sofia

 

A lesbian couple launched the very first legal battle to recognize LGBT marriages in Bulgaria.

Wednesday, 20 December 2017 22:21

St Helena legalized marriage equality!

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St Helena’s legislative council has approved marriage equality. It means that the first same-sex weddings could take place in a few weeks.

Austrian Constitutional Court

 

No, Austria has not legalized equal marriage. The Austrian Constitutional Court has ruled in favor of same-sex marriages. It follows a complaint filed by a couple of women. But the new government is opposed to LGBT unions.

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In Northern Ireland, one survey shows that one in five schools does not address LGBTQ issues.

Monday, 18 September 2017 22:05

France could allow insemination to all women from 2018

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The Secretary of State for Women-Men's Equality and the Fight Against Discrimination Against LGBT People in France has announced that insemination could be open to all women. A bill will be introduced in Parliament in 2018.

Saturday, 16 September 2017 17:17

Priory School bans skirts to favor gender-neutral uniforms

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Priory School, a secondary school in Lewes, East Sussex in the United Kingdom, has changed its uniform policy by banning skirts to favor a gender-neutral uniform.

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