The Czech Republic violates the human rights of transgender people as guaranteed by the European Social Charter, found a decision that was made public this Monday.
Only days before a referendum on same-sex marriage, Romania's Constitutional Court ruled that gay couples have the same rights as any other couples.
A gay kindergarten teacher in China is suing his former school after being fired last month, in what his lawyer called a landmark case to test China’s protection of minority groups.
While the government conceded the seven offences were inconsistent with the city’s mini-constitution, it does not want all of them to be declared unconstitutional
In her petition, the woman alleged that her partner Aruna was in the illegal custody of her parents.
While trial dates for the constitutional challenge mounted by a disc jockey against the law which criminalises sex between two men have not been fixed, the High Court has set out a deadline for when he needs to file his evidence.
The High Court in Trinidad and Tobago has issued a final ruling on the country’s Sexual Offences Act, which criminalised gay sex between consenting adults.
Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi Thursday said that the state intends filing an appeal against a High Court judge ruling that consensual sex between people in same-sex unions should not be criminalised as the court partly struck down the sodomy laws in Trinidad and Tobago.
A film writer whose recent piece of work was banned by the Kenya Films Classification Board over claims that its content promotes lesbianism has taken her protests to the corridors of justice.
Kenyan filmmaker Wanuri Kahiu and the Creative Economy Working Group (CEWG) have taken the Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) and its CEO Ezekiel Mutua to court to challenge the constitutionality of the decision to ban the film Rafiki.
A battle in Kenya’s courts to throw out a British colonial-era law criminalising gay sex has been reinvigorated after India scrapped similar legislation in a landmark ruling last week, LGBT rights campaigners said on Wednesday.
Opposing petitions urge for and against Section 377A