A legal challenge being mounted against Alberta’s controversial law around gay-straight alliances went before a three-judge panel in Calgary on Monday.
After a long delay, the Botswana High Court has announced that it will finally hear a case on the decriminalisation of homosexuality next year.
Taiwan's Premier Lai proposes creating special law for same-sex marriage, rather than amending Civil Code after referendum defeat
Taiwan’s Judicial Yuan Secretary-General publicly announced today that the passage of anti-equality referendums cannot override the Constitutional Court’s 2017 ruling on same-sex marriage.
The cases span a variety of different issues, including employment, education, military service, and public discrimination.
T&T’s LGBTQ community will be one of the biggest beneficiaries of the Judiciary’s newly launched protocol document.
The European Court of Human Rights issued a fresh rebuke to the Kremlin on Tuesday, ruling that Russia’s continued ban on LGBT rallies is discriminatory and represents a violation of human rights.
A Chinese labor arbitration committee has denied a gay teacher’s request to be rehired, after he sued his former kindergarten for unfair dismissal in a widely-watched case concerning LGBT discrimination in China.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ruled that Russia violated several basic rights by barring rallies planned by members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community in 2009-2014.
In the risqué world of online erotica in China, “Lady Tianyi,” as her fans called her, was a star.
A ruling by the Court of Appeal to allow same-sex marriage in Bermuda could have international implications, a lawyer involved in the case said yesterday.
Bermuda’s top court on Friday ruled a law that rescinded marriage rights for same-sex couples in the British island territory is unconstitutional.