Expert Market has just published its annual report "Great place to be ... LGBT workers" on the recognition and treatment of European LGBTQ workers. So what are the countries where you can work well when you are an LGBTQ person?
A major "mobilization plan against hatred and discrimination against LGBT people" was launched in France.
In Belgium, there was a seminar on the promotion of LGBT rights in the European Union, an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas for better promotion of the community at local level.
The last time I told you about the LGBTQ commitment charter created by Autre Cercle association, there were 30 companies that signed it that oppose LGBT discrimination. Today, 57 companies clearly show their willingness to be open to their LGBTQ employees.
The last round of the primaries of the French Republican party was held on November 20, and François Fillon, the most conservative candidate, was chosen.
According to an official statement, the king of the Netherlands will visit the COC, a Dutch advocacy group for LGBTQ rights, a historic first announced a few days ago.
In Romania, the president and the prime minister clashed on the rights of same-sex couples.
It was planned and this is happening, the group "La manif pour tous" (rally for all) is in financial difficulty.
Late October Russia is still distinguished by its rejection of the LGBTQ community through a tweet from the Russian Embassy located in the UK (@RussianEmbassy), tweet illustrated with an intolerable picture.
A sixth attempt to legalize marriage equality in Northern Ireland is being prepared by the Sinn Fein party.
I wanted to share with you the wonderful speech of the King of Norway, Harald V, 79, which has been around the web so he advocates the acceptance of differences and tolerance.