75 recommendations were presented to the government to promote equality and combat discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
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.
The church of Scotland will allow ministers to perform LGBT weddings.
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.
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.
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.
A lesbian couple launched the very first legal battle to recognize LGBT marriages in Bulgaria.
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.
In Northern Ireland, one survey shows that one in five schools does not address LGBTQ issues.
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.
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.