After the Government of Cuba decided to cancel the Pride parade, the LGBT activists were nevertheless keen to march in the streets of Havana before being dispersed by the police.
The year started badly for LGBTQ people in Brazil. January 1, 2019 marked the beginning of Jair Bolsonaro’s presidential mandate, who removed LGBTQ concerns from the Ministry of Human Rights.
Good news! The Supreme Court of Costa Rica has announced that same-sex couples could get married from May 2020! The court ordered the country’s legislators to establish marriage equality in the next 18 months.
Just as after Americans elected President Donald Trump, the Brazilian LGBT community is determined to resist against its new president, Jair Bolsonaro, under the slogan “Ele Nao E Meu Presidente” (“He is not my president”).
Chile has adopted a new gender identity law that will allow trans people to easily change their name and gender in their official documents.
Cuba should become the next Latin American country to legalize marriage equality.
Costa Rica's Supreme Court has ruled same-sex marriages ban is unconstitutional and discriminatory. The court asks legislators to adopt a law to allow marriage equality within 18 months.
Bad news for LGBT people in Paraguay. As we look forward to a positive future for our community, the situation is reversing.
For the second time, HRC has launched a survey of major Mexican companies to learn about their LGBTQ employee policy.
He made it! That was a surprise but Carlos Alvarado Quesada has won the elections and thus becomes the new president of Costa Rica.